Weaving solutions for change
We are committed to developing a new ecosystem, where we want to build a sustainable textile world that is environmentally friendly and socially egalitarian, through innovation and by establishing stable relationships, based on transparency and ethics.
Achieving sustainable textile solutions requires rigorously addressing the impact we generate today, reducing greenhouse gas emissionsand the carbon footprint, optimizing the use of resources, and developing traceable and environmentally friendly production processes.
Textiles for change
Reducing plastic waste
We manufacture recycled polyester fabrics that contribute to reducing the plastic waste generated.
Contributing to a cleaner sea
We have created a line of recycled polyester fabrics contributing to a cleaner sea.
Empowering natural materials
We have committed ourselves to alternative, natural and organic raw materials to reduce the use of synthetic materials.
Developing sustainable fabrics
We have created a line of environmentally friendly, sustainable fabrics and textile solutions.
Processes for change
We optimize water management with more sustainable manufacturing processes and we are progressing towards a new culture of water as an ecological and social asset.
We optimize and reduce the use of colorants and chemical products.
Innovations for change
We have developed an innovative project to reduce from washing reaching the ocean.
Creating 360º closed circuits
We are moving torward closed-circuit recycling – “End-of-life” products are used to make the next ones.
We have reduced overall energy consumption in all our production processes. We also believe in renewable energies.
Less CO2 emissions
We reduce global CO2 global emissions with the optimization of processes, the reduction of energy consumption and the use of renewable energies.
We have improved our wastewater management With our water treatment plant, we return 85% of what we consume to watercourses.
Less materials waste
We have internal recycling programs for waste fibres, yarns and fabrics.