We value and recognise the impact our brand has on people and the planet; the way we operate stems from the belief that how and where we source our materials is most important. Our fair-trade factories operate to the highest standards, ensuring the ethical harvesting of raw materials, processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, trading and distribution of textiles. We are strong believers in championing local, natural resources at all times and celebrate the unique produce native to countries across the globe.
At Maya, we value ethical transparency and we understand that the jargon for certifications can be a complicated matter to understand - which is why find our updated glossary of the certifications that we follow:
OEKO Tex fabric is a fabric that has been certified free from hazardous chemicals to where its base certification, STANDARD 100, ensures that all final product components are completely free from substances that are harmful to human beings.
Global Organic Textile Standard (or GOTS for short), is an internationally recognised organic textile standard that limits the use of toxic bleaches, dyes and other chemical inputs during the production process of textiles. A standard for organic materials that guarantees the highest environmental standards throughout production and at every step of the way.
Energy Management Waste Policy:
By having an energy waste policy in place, at Maya we recognise that we have an impact on the planet, and by having a policy in place, we make sure to manage our operations as efficiently as possible. This includes but not limited to how we source our materials from and where we manufacture our seasonless collections.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a global not-for-profit organisation that ensures the production of cotton is sustainable for the people that makes it better for the environment and the soil it grows in and provides opportunities for the future.