We believe in transparency

Learn about all of the contents in this product and it’s lifecycle from raw materials to product.

Certifications & Partners
Sourcing Matrix
Component Supplier Benefit
GRS Recycled Nylon FCFC / Taiwan Locally Recycled (Post-Industrial)
GRS Recycled Elastane (ROICA) Asahi Kasei / Germany Locally Recycled (Post-Industrial)
Bonding Adhesives Bemis / USA Garment Longevity
Sewing Thread A&E/ Indonesia Recycled (50%)
Logo Print Ink (Silicone) PT. Videx / Indonesia Low curing temp to reduce energy
Packaging Asia Pulp & Paper / Indonesia Recycled
Dyes (Knit) Huntsman / Thailand Reduced water and energy
Anti-Odor Archroma / USA Reduced laundering
Fabric Softener Archroma / Switzerland -
Fabric (Knit) Climatex / Taiwan Bluesign® approved
Garment Mfg. (Cut, Sew, Bond) PT. Hoga / Indonesia Fair Labor Association
Environmental Footprint

Lifecycle Impact Analysis 
Consistent with our ethos of radical transparency, we engaged GreenStep, a reputable third party, to prepare an analysis of our supply chain measuring the environmental impact of our products. The results were as follows:

  • Emissions: 6.25 Kilograms CO2e
  • Water Used: 118.53 Liters
  • Waste: 0.30 Kilograms

Tenere is diligently working on developing programs to (1) primarily reduce the emissions, water usage, and waste within its supply chain and operations and (2) secondarily offset the emissions, water usage, and waste that it cannot currently avoid.

Click through to review GreenStep’s comprehensive Lifecycle Impact Analysis report.

Click through to review our Environmental Impact Reduction & Offset Strategy.

Please reach out to info@tenere.eco with any questions or comments.

Ethical Sourcing
Hoga Garment Manufacturing Snapshot
Sewing - 905 Employees
Finishing - 94 Employees
Drivers - 3 Employees
Other - 359 Employees
Total - 1,361 Employees
Rp 1.96M - 17M
(City Min. Wage - Rp1.96M)
All employees are covered by government healthcare programs.
(BPJS Ketenagakerjaan / BPSJ Kesehatan)
- Performance Incentive
- Attendance Allowance
- Annual Medical Checkup
Monday - Thursday 7 AM - 4 PM (Break 12 PM - 1 PM)
Friday - 7 AM - 4:30 PM (Break 11:30 PM - 1 PM)
Saturday - Sunday - No Work
1st Hour: 1.5x Regular Hourly Wage
2nd & 3rd Hour: 2x Regular Hourly Wage

Garment Manufacturer Policies

Below are our Garment Manufacturer's polices and their Ethical Code of Conduct.

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Harassment and Abuse

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Forced Labor

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Child Labor

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Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining

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Health, Safety, and Environment

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Hours of Work

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Every worker has a right to compensation for a regular work week that is sufficient to meet the workers’ basic needs and provide some discretionary income. Employers shall pay at least the minimum wage or the appropriate prevailing wage, whichever is higher, comply with all legal requirements on wages, and provide any fringe benefits required by law or contract. Where compensation does not meet workers’ basic needs and provide some discretionary income, each employer shall work with the Fair Labor Association (FLA) to take appropriate actions that seek to progressively realize a level of compensation that does.

Your Products Journey
Raw Materials

Raw Materials

How and from where we ethically source our raw materials.

Post-industrial nylon manufacturing waste was collected at FCFC / Taiwan

Post-industrial elastane waste was collected at Asahi Kasei / Germany



Our trusted yarn partners take feedstock materials and follow environmentally responsible processes to spin them into finished yarns.

Nylon was mechanically recycled and melt spun into filament yarns at FCFC / Taiwan

Elastane waste was melted and dry spun into recycled elastane at Asahi Kasei / Germany

Yarns shipped by boat to Taiwan for local distribution

Recycled Nylon yarns were purchased from FCFC / Taiwan

Recycled Nylon yarns were purchased from Formosa Asahi / Taiwan



Our knitting and weaving partners hold the highest standards and supply the finest textiles.

Fabric was knit at Jin Feng / Taiwan fabric mill

Dyeing & Finishing

Dyeing & Finishing

Applying colorants and finishes is one of the most environmentally impactful processes in garment manufacturing. Our dyeing and finishing partners all have a proven track-records of responsible use & discharge of both chemicals and waste water.

Fabric dyeing, finishing, & setting was done at Shun Jin / Taiwan

Fabrics transported to Hoga / Indonesia garment factory

Garment Manufacturing

Garment Manufacturing

The garment manufacturing process is the most labor-intensive aspect of building apparel. It’s important to ensure that no individual in the supply chain is exploited. All of our cut & sew partners pass a rigorous auditing process to ensure we, as a brand, are selecting the most responsible partners. These partners share our values such as equality, fair compensation & benefits, and a safe workplace.

Fabric was laser cut, printed, sewn at Hoga / Indonesia

Garments were transported to Tenere USA - Los Angeles and Tenere Asia - Taipei

Product End of Life

We are committed to investing resources in the development of completely circular garments. We are tracking to reach this goal by 2025. In the meantime, however, we’re in the process of setting up the following ‘end of life’ programs:

TeneRE:wear Program

In an effort to extend garment useful life, items returned in fixable condition will be refurbished and either (1) resold to the public under a TeneRewear tag or (2) donated. Further, we believe economic status should not be a barrier to wearing premium products; therefore, we sell these refurbished garments to interested consumers at a material discount.

TeneRe:pair Program

Tenere products are built to last. And, to help eliminate overconsumption, the TenereRepair program will allow consumers to send Tenere damaged or worn clothing and get them repaired for a small fee.

TeneRE:cycle Program

Based on Tenere’s commitment to reuse, TeneRecycle allows customers to return their used garments for recycling by Tenere. Because of the current yarn composition in our products, they cannot be recycled into a garment of equal or greater quality at this time. However, these items can be downcycled into something of lower quality (e.g. carpet), until our garment construction allows for recyclability.

Far from perfect. Far from finished. But one step closer.

Have a question or see something that doesn’t look right?Please contact us and we will be happy to clarify.

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