April 04, 2021 2 min read

Carbon Neutral Company

Trying to be Greener...

We have always aimed to operate our business as sustainably as we can. In January 2021, we became carbon neutral with a net zero-carbon footprint! The fundamental part of almost all our products is wool and wool is one of the most sustainable products there is. Most of our products are handmade, and hence we have no carbon emissions from manufacturing or other similar high carbon emission activities.

Carbon Neutral Company - March 2021  Update

Our carbon offsets purchased have supported forest protection initiatives, as follows;

  1. Estimated area of forest protected, 556.9 m²
  2. Equivalent number of tree seedlings protected, 74

FelinFach is too small to 'change the world', but we are making a contribution to that goal.

 Sustainability and Environmental Statistics - March 2021

  1. All electricity consumed by FelinFach is now from 100% renewable energy, from UK windfarms - powered supplied by Scottish Power.
  2. Our parcels travelled 94,227 kilometres to the customer destinations
  3. Shipping our parcels and other activities produced 58.9 kg of CO₂ emissions, equivalent to
    • 7,507.9 smart phones charged
    • 25.2 litters of petrol consumed

All the CO2 produced by these activities have been 100% offset, hence a carbon neutral company.

About FelinFach

Our company, FelinFach Natural Textiles is located in the heart of the Preseli area of Pembrokeshire near to Boncath. We design Welsh blankets and the iconic Welsh Tapestry blankets which are traditionally woven at Welsh mills. We also design and make natural hand dyed yarn, cotton, silk and wool scarves and other handmade products. We also offer Welsh tartansSheepskin Rugs, Gift Cards and tools and books for crafters and knitters - Cocoknits, Laine, Amirisu and Making to name a few!. We are a proud supporter of the Campaign for Wool and Global Welsh.

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Last update 7th April 2021



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