Prosperity Textile has partnered with UseDem in its denim recycling project.

Prosperity Textile provide UseDem with leftover stock fabrics, out-of-season jeans samples and denim hangers for free. The company is also going to showcase UseDem bags made from Prosperity Textile jeans at Intertextile Shanghai, October 2018.

Both companies will co-host seminars and workshops in future to further promote sustainable development in the denim industry.

Mr. Xiang Gu, General Manager of Prosperity Textile said, “We really like the ideas of Xenia and the whole UseDem project, this cooperation is part of our continued effort to build a green environment. By doing this together, we hope more companies and consumers can join us to make denim more sustainable.”

Xenia Sidorenka Founder of UseDem project: “On behalf of myself and the rest of our UseDem team I would like to express our huge gratitude to Prosperity Textile. Your initiative and willingness to support the UseDem project is what keeps our dream alive. We believe in a sustainable future for denim, and look forward to your continued support in making this happen. True change can only become reality with co-operation, and it’s having an alliance with a company such as Prosperity Textile that makes me hopeful change can happen now!

Collaboration and working together is at the heart of our company. Your support has had a significant impact already and we thank you.

You call it waste, UseDem call it raw materials. With our knowledge and experience we can work towards the sustainable future that denim deserves.”

Founded in 1995, Prosperity Textile is an industry-leading denim fabric manufacturer with 80 million yards capacity, providing R&D, design and manufacturing services to global garment clients. With more than 20 offices and over 1200 employees around the world, Prosperity Textile provides global production capabilities backed by in-time local customer service.

This cooperation is part of Prosperity’s continued efforts to build a green environment. The hope is that more companies and consumers do their bit to make denim more sustainable.

All UseDem items are produced in cooperation with the Chinese retired and disabled community. We work primarily with an organization called Home Sweet Home who provides people in need with the support and training, necessary to become employable as well as provide them a job.