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“The environmental footprint of the products that we buy will have an impact on our planet that lasts longer than we will,” Nomadix co-founder, Chace Petersen, said in a statement according to Sourcing Journal Online.

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“Our customers and supporters have an opportunity to join their voices together and make it known that they want products created in a sustainable way. It’s our responsibility to correct the environmental damage we have caused this planet, and our customers know that.”

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“We’ve had tremendous response to our company’s “Own less. Do more.” ethos and our decision to make our travel towels from 100% recycled material,” notes Zack Helminiak, co-founder of Nomadix.

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“Sustainability is the only way forward. Today, you can’t visit a beach without finding some bit of plastic on its shore, that wasn’t the case twenty years ago — I think people forget that sometimes. We actually started sponsoring monthly beach cleanups in California to raise awareness of plastic pollution.”

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7 Eco-Friendly Fashion Favorites for Spring – Nomadix is a clean apparel company that creates versatile, environmentally friendly gear for yoga, beach, travel and everyday activities.

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A California-based company called Nomadix has an alternative vision and a comprehensive plan for how fashion can be more environmentally friendly. The company is already known for its beach towels made from 100-percent recycled materials…

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Just home and jetlagging after my first completely work free vacation in some time to Tokyo! Arrived to this adorable orange wooden mini crate from Nomadix, a local Southern California based startup that has created the ultimate versatile, stylish pack towel that can be used for everything from camping to yoga to beach adventures and more!

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Nomadix, a San Clemente, Calif.-based firm whose motto is “own less, do more,” has created a T-shirt that it says does more good than harm to the environment. Certainly the “Clean Tee” has a lot going for it…

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“The apparel industry is the second most polluting industry, second only to oil,” Nomadix said.”But there are solutions to this problem, and it starts with being conscious of the products you purchase…”

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