High quality recycled polyester fabrics

Recycled polyester is made from recycled materials (PET and polyester fabrics). By choosing recycled polyester, we’re able to deliver the same technical performance in fibers with a smaller environmental footprint.

  • THE ENERGY NEEDED TO MAKE THE RPET IS LESS THAN WHAT IS NEEDED TO MAKE THE VIRGIN POLYESTER
  • RECYCLING PET TO CREATE THE FABRICS PREVENTS IT FROM GOING TO LANDFILL
  • USING MORE RECYCLED POLYESTER REDUCES OUR DEPENDENCE ON PETROLEUM AS THE RAW MATERIAL FOR OUR FABRIC NEEDS

Recycled polyester is simply polyester produced from recycled sources: PET bottles, industrial polyester waste, and even garments.

How is recycled polyester different from virgin polyester?

Because the recycling process reconstitutes the fiber on a molecular level, there is no difference between recycled polyester and virgin polyester. Performance and durability, benefits, including high strength and functional versatility of recycled polyester is the same than traditional polyester but with a lower environmental impact.

Why is recycled polyester better?

1. Recycled polyester doesn’t require new petroleum to create, lowering the demand for new petroleum extraction and reducing our overall carbon footprint.

2. Producing recycled polyester is better for the climate, creating 75% less CO2 emissions than virgin polyester.

3. By providing a use for post-consumer and post-industrial

OFFICIAL ECO-FRIENDLY CERTIFICATES

*Certificates based on composition percentages