- Since the beginning, Baggu has focused on elimination and minimization of waste in their operations and production processes. Their reusable bags are assembled from one continuous piece of recycled nylon material, with the neck of the bag used to construct the carrying pouch.
- Baggu’s main mission is to contribute to the elimination of single-use plastic bags by designing reusable bags that are built to last. They prioritize quality, ensuring materials and construction hold up over time and age with character.
- All of their ripstop nylon styles—including their namesake reusable bags—are made with 40% recycled material.
- All of Baggu’s most recent canvas bags are made from 65% recycled cotton. The recycled cotton fibers come from pre-consumer waste—recovered during the creation of other cotton products like t-shirts and socks—that would otherwise have gone to a landfill.
- Baggu’s products are ethically manufactured in China, where they have long-standing relationships with their ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 140001-certified manufacturers. These manufacturing facilities are audited yearly by an independent third party, to ensure they are upholding standards of occupational health and safety and that humane work hours and wages are enforced. Baggu’s production team also visits manufacturers yearly to inspect production and meet the teams producing their bags.
- BAGGU makes a point to responsibly manage deadstock products and fabric. They have a “No Incineration Policy”—they will never incinerate or landfill their deadstock products.
- After your Baggu has lived its long and useful life, you may recycle it by mailing your bag to their recycling program. Email us for more details!