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Grahame Gardner reveals innovative recycled scrubs

25 May 2022

Grahame Gardner has announced their new branded and manufactured scrubs made from 100 per cent recycled materials The stylish and sustainable scrubs, one of the first recycled scrubs in the UK, are made from recycled plastic bottles. Every minute, more than one million plastic bottles are sold worldwide, with 80 per cent of them ending up in landfill.

A cutting-edge process turns the bottles into 100 per cent recycled polyester to make the scrubs. Even the garment zips are made from reused materials. The eco-friendly, soft touch fabric is cool and comfortable with breathable contrasting stretch panels.

There is practicality built-in for busy healthcare professionals, with handy multiple pockets. The style is modern with an athleisure twist on the shape of the trouser, which also has an elasticated drawstring waist and two zip pockets on the rear. A V-neckline completes the look alongside a modesty panel and side zip, allowing you to get the scrub top on and off with ease.

This new Grahame Gardner exclusive is available in five colourways: navy, graphite, bottle green, steel grey and royal blue. Sarah Lowe, at Grahame Gardner, said: “We’re excited to launch our recycled scrubs range showing healthcare professionals they can wear comfortable, contemporary and practical workwear and at the same time help the planet.

“We are committed to minimising our impact on the environment and at the same time providing innovative and top-quality workwear that combines form and function – our recycled scrubs are the perfect example.” The recycled scrubs are part of Grahame Gardner’s environmentally-friendly Eco Collection. For more information, visit:

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