Wool recovered from scraps and scraps left over from processing virgin wool. It is crushed and processed again into fibers.
For some fabrics, these recycled wool fibers are used combined with other fibers such as cotton or virgin wool.
Recycled polyester has the same performance, durability, and benefits of traditional polyester, but with a lower environmental impact.
Recycled polyester reduces oil extraction demand and creates 75% fewer CO emissions than traditional polyester.
Also known as reclaimed or reclaimed cotton, recycled cotton is generated by converting cotton fabric into reusable cotton fibers in new textile products.
Cotton fiber that has been grown without pesticides or fertilizers, helping to conserve biodiversity and life cycles.
The processes to generate organic cotton have minimal impact on the environment.
Unlike traditional techniques, organic cotton does not require the application of toxins that are harmful to health and the environment.
It is the new standard in ecologically responsible viscose.
It is obtained from renewable sources of wood through responsible production with the environment, complying with environmental standards.
Lyocell, or tencel, is a natural material made from cellulose or wood pellet by means of a solvent spinning process.
Lyocell is a naturally biodegradable product, it does not produce harmful by-products.
Made from discarded cotton fabrics. It is one of the most ecological fabrics on the planet.
It consists of reducing, reusing and recycling. Due to the use of recycled materials, it reduces dependence on natural raw materials.
The environmentally responsible closed-loop production process contributes to the circular economy.