The annual sustainability report
Sustainability is serious business and while we're not really left-brained people, we do understand that the math is important. With this report, we aim to assess our manufacturing and social impacts.
Total number of garments made = 20 garments
Total number of yards used = 37.56 yards
Average yards per garment = 1.87 yards
Total number of garments made = 28 garments
Average yards per garment = 1.73 yards
As per conventional methods, it would take about 4-5 yards to make a voluminous layered dress. However, at SANAH SHARMA the average yards for dresses was less than 2 yards approximately.
Typical wastage standards
Average Wastage at
Average wastage per garment = 0.103 yards
Average waste % = 6%
Along with using lesser material per style we have also managed to bring down waste by more than 50% of the conventional standards.
Additionally, we also saw a major leap in the waste reduction in the overall manufacturing.
More than 88% of the year's manufactured products were zero-waste in design.
educated through workshops, academic lectures, Instagram live sessions to create awareness on sustainability
were educated at the Maharani Vidyawati Institute of Technical Training where our founder, Sanah taught as part of her social service undertakings.
This year we onboarded onto more than 10 marketplaces offering sustainability to a wider audience and also built our eco-studio.
the road ahead
Going ahead, we're setting a few crucial agendas for 2021
We are going completely sustainable with our raw materials for our 2021 collection.
Inclusivity - we will be open to customisations to include both smaller and larger sizes.
These would include recycled materials, bamboo fibre, headstock fabric, pre-loved sarees
To further reduce our environmental footprint we are going to be introducing the concept of virtual garments that will be made just-in-time and on order.
We aim to cover and highlight 20 businesses or individuals that are creating positive global impact for a better future through our awareness creation campaign 'Agents of Change'
Educating 200 women and children through workshops, guest lectures, etc.