Recycled yarns are produced from textile and clothing waste, they are re-cut, converted into fibre and then the fibres are used to make new yarns.
Our company is committed to the environment and for this reason, we offer yarns made from recycled fibres. Regenerated yarns help reduce the environmental footprint of textile production while allowing us to offer a more economical and ecological alternative to our customers.
The fabric scraps once converted into fibres, are carded into different types of yarns depending on their application. Polyester, acrylic cotton or viscose are added.
Recycled yarns are an alternative to natural yarns and are used to reduce costs in the production of many products such as upholstery, carpets, knitwear, socks, cleaning cloths, blankets and so on.
Where you source your business is important, and with the growing awareness of global environmental issues, it is more important than ever. Every choice we make has some impact on our world, and as businesses, we are increasingly expected to ensure that our practices do not have a negative impact on the environment.
Avoiding unnecessary waste in the garment industry, thereby reducing the demand for landfill space, or reducing pollution, water and energy use is essential to achieving a sustainable industry and promoting a 'zero waste' circular economy.
Thus, by using recycled yarns in the manufacture of your product, you will reduce your company's environmental footprint as well as material costs.
Preserving the Environment
For a Sustainable Future
Our regenerated yarns are ecological alternatives for projects that are characterised by thinking about people and the environment in a broader sense than the specific working environment. Without compromising design and quality in any way, the use of these materials helps to care for the earth that we will pass on to future generations. And this makes them a very specific choice that you and your customers can make to make a difference.
The circular economy is a new way of thinking about the environment that aims to design out waste and pollution by keeping products in use for long periods.
With the global fashion and textile industry under pressure from consumers and regulators to reduce the use of natural resources, it is essential that the supply chain shifts its sourcing method towards a circular system. In the case of wool, thanks to its "circular" properties, it becomes a renewable and biodegradable fibre.
These actions include brands, retailers and producers, as it is a change of mindset that benefits all those involved in the process, from the beginning (creator) to the end (consumers).
The realisation of the limitations of current textile production models has led us to look for new ways forward by seeking different alternatives such as fibre recycling, instead of focusing solely on conventional methods, we have opted for the reuse of materials that would otherwise have been wasted.
The circular economy is based on the following principles:
- using renewable resources
- designing how to eliminate waste
- keeping products and materials in use for a long time; and
- regenerating natural systems.
Designing products by reusing materials so that they do not disappear after one use but last much longer has become one of our values.