iTokri’s Effort To Upcycle Plastics & Denims To Bring Down Carbon Footprint This Environment Day


iTokri’s deep dive to celebrate Environment Day by highlighting the importance of making sustainable products as a brand that leads to a large-scale positive impact on the planet. At iTokri we make sustainability a priority. We understand that there is a need to focus on living sustainably in harmony with nature, and our possibilities for shifting to a greener lifestyle through individual choices. The implication is that the Earth is still our only home and that we must safeguard its resources. Hence with this motive, iTokri has a range of products made with eco-focused materials to support humans and environmental wellness.

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iTokri has fine quality Handwoven Upcycled Cotton Round Placemat & Handwoven Upcycled Cotton Sling Tablet Bag by Shanti Seva Nidhi. The products are hand-crocheted & handwoven using upcycled 100% cotton hosiery yarn in line with environment protection policy.

Crochet Work Upcycled Cotton Round Placemat (Set of 4)

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We also have Upcycled Plastic Weave Handmade Mini Backpacks, Utility Pouches, Fanny Pack Bags & Sling Bags by Ecokaari. They are made with our unique process of upcycling using traditional Charkha & Handloom to weave fabric from all the waste plastic that we’ve gathered.

Upcycled Plastic Weave Handmade Bags

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Jeans that would otherwise end up in landfills are being used to make utility bags. dwij upcycles post-consumer jeans and post-industrial garments waste into accessories like totes, slings, backpacks, pouches, etc. “dwij” has an in-house manufacturing setup and a network of women working from home.

Handcrafted Upcycled Denims

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Working around seasonal grasses and traditional colours, this handcrafted golden grass weaved wall clock set is made with Natural Madur Grass, Twisted Cotton Yarn & Madur Kathi Reed that grows in the swampy area around Midnapur in West Bengal. The craft of “Madur” weaving is practiced in the residence cum workshops of artisans’ households with the help of family members.

Handcrafted Madur Grass Wall Clock

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This handmade recycled junk sculpture is made by designing, collecting scraps, welding, colouring, and doing the final polish by Debabrata Rui Das from West Bengal. This collection proves that one man’s trash could become another man’s masterpiece. Most of the finished pieces are decorative items made out of waste wood, paper, or metal and have an abstract and ethereal look that makes them unique.

Handmade Recycled Junk Sculptures

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