Proudly supplying Ethical, Fair Trade, and Organic Cotton T Shirts


Fair Trade Foundation - Supplier

The Fair Trade Foundation is an independent non-profit organisation and their aim is to give a sustainable livelihood to the workers that are involved in all aspects of the production of goods and in our case, clothing. When you see the Fair Trade Foundation Mark you know from the production of the raw material to the finished product that the product has been certified and the workers have been treated fairly.

Brands that use the Fair Trade Foundation Mark

Epona, Premier
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Fair Wear Foundation - Supplier

The Fair Wear Foundation is an independent non-profit organisation that has been set up specifically to improve working conditions in the garment industry. More and more customers are demanding to know what goes into the production of their garments. When you purchase a Fair Wear certified product you know that the pay and conditions in the local market are fair and just.

Brands that use the Fair Wear Foundation Mark
Continental Clothing, Stanley/Stella, Earth Positive, Salvage, B&C collection, Ron Hill, Regatta Sols



Living Wage Foundation - Member

The Living Wage Foundation sets an hourly rate that employees can earn to ensure that they can live poverty free. At Shirtworks we are proud that we are members of the Living Wage Foundation and our employees are able to earn the living wage that is set by the foundation. We believe in rewarding our employees fairly and by doing so we feel we maintain an exceptional high service and value for money to our customers.


Global Organic Textile Standard - Member

GOTS is an organisation consisting of four member organisations, the OTA (USA), IVN (Germany), Soil association (UK) and JOCA (Japan). Their mission is that organic textiles will become a significant part of everyday life, enhancing people’s lives and the environment.Global Organic Textile Standard

Their mission is the development, implementation, verification, protection and promotion of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). This standard stipulates requirements throughout the supply chain for both ecology and labour conditions in textile and apparel manufacturing using organically produced raw materials. Organic production is based on a system of farming that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the use of toxic, persistent pesticides and fertilisers. In addition, organic production relies on adequate animal husbandry and excludes genetic modification.

Shirtworks is a member of GOTS and our membership details can be found here. We now are able to offer a fantastic selection of organic clothing for printing and embroidery that has been designed with style in mind and colours to suit all tastes. GOTS requires our printing to use approved inks which are not as vibrant as oil based inks. Our sales team can advise you on what will work for your project.


Sedex - Member

Sedex is a ethical data exchange that is a not for profit members organisation and is dedicated to showing a transparent responsible and ethical supply chain. Shirtworks are proud to be members of Sedex and means that you can purchase from us with confidence.
Brands that are also members of Sedex:


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Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production

WRAP is an independent, non-profit team of global social compliance experts. Their main aim is to visit facilities that are involved in the production of clothing and certify the facility complies with local laws, workplace regulations, universal workers rights and environmental regulations. 

Brands that are WRAP certified


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Global Recycle Standard - Suplier

Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is a certification that ensures that the materials that are claimed to be recycled would have been gone into the solid waste stream.

This can be pre consumer, for instance off cuts from the manufacturing process, or post consumer, such as plastic bottles. For more information please go to the Textile Exchange.

Brands that are GRS Standard

Oeko-Tex - Supplier

Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 is mark given to textiles that have proved that harmful substances are not used in manufacturing and that the workforce are not exposed to any. The garment has been proven safe to wear and will not cause harm to the skin when worn.

Brands that are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100


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PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) - Supplier

PETA, people for the ethical treatment of animals have approved Earthpositive and Stanley/Stella range of organic certified clothing, making them Vegan approved.

Brands that are Peta Approved

EarthPostive, Stanley/Stella

No bags please, we’re British!

YOU CAN HELP! Ask us to provide you with your garments, UNBAGGED! This will help reduce the amount of plastic in our processes and also reduce our carbon footprint.

Read about how we're trying to make t-shirt printing a greener business

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