At Muskoka Alter Eco, we are taking a sustainable approach to swimwear.
We're Sewing In-House
This year, Muskoka Alter Eco is taking sustainability to a whole new level. In order to ensure our products are made sustainably, we’ve moved production in-house. The entire sewing process--from cutting the fabric, to sewing, to quality control--it's all done right here in Muskoka.
Our Swimwear is Made of EcoNyl
Our swimwear is made using a fabric called EcoNyl, a recycled nylon fabric. Waste collected from oceans and beaches around the world, including fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring, plastic bottles, etc., is collected and regenerated to create this fabric.
We're Using Canadian-Sourced Material
In addition to our swimwear being made in Muskoka, all fabric is now Canadian sourced. Muskoka Alter Eco has secured a supplier based in Montreal to supply the EcoNyl fabric we all love.
Our Packaging is 100% Recyclable
In addition to using EcoNyl, an eco-conscious fabric, our packaging is 100% recyclable and made from previously recycled materials. We also have a zero plastic policy and use biodegradable tapioca bags to ensure the protection of our swimwear during shipping.
The changes this season allow us to keep using eco-friendly, sustainable fabric without sacrificing quality.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to message us on Instagram or Facebook, or email us. We will be happy to provide you with the information to make you feel confident in our brand and your purchase.