Going green means protecting Mother Nature by encouraging sustainable factors. We need to adopt cradle to cradle policy in order to optimize material health, trim down our reserve crisis, ease air pollution, prevent water pollution, stop land pollution, curb exploitation of natural resources, manage industrial farming and bring deforestation to an end.
With so much of pollution and environmental damage, it’s essential to adopt a green lifestyle. Rugs and carpets endure a lot of wear and tear, mainly in high-traffic areas. Therefore Carpet restoration is a part of the long journey of every luxury rug due to a certain amount of wear or depending on the scale of damage if any. Another great option to combat this issue is to make an extra attempt to use sustainable carpets in these zones. These carpets are made of natural fibers like wool, sisal, jute etc, which can be recycled once they complete their lifespan and are completely run down.
Green Carpets take a practical approach to environmental concerns as they are made from totally renewable resources, and are recyclable. Natural fibers are sourced from plants, animals, and biological processes. They can be used as an element of complex materials, where the orientation of fibers influences the properties. The seed or the phloem of the plant is the main source of plant fibres. For example Cotton is derived from seeds while flax, hemp and jute are obtained from the phloem, fibers like silk, mohair and wool are animals products. They don’t harm our environment, and the natural fibers last longer than the manmade/synthetic ones.