This recycled polyester uses post-consumer PET bottles and post-industrial waste, which requires less 80% energy to produce than virgin polyester. It also diverts waste out of the landfills, lessens environmental degradation caused by conventional polyester processing, and, ultimately, helps us-and, eventually, an entire industry-create long-lasting garments that would normally end up as waste.
Some of the recycled nylon we use comes from post-industrial waste fiber, yarn collected from a spinning factory, and waste from the weaving mills that can be processed into reusable nylon fiber. Another recycled nylon fiber we are experimenting with is re-created from discarded industrial fishing nets.
Polypropylene is a low heat conductivity material, compare to other fibers it’s a highly thermal resistance material. Polypropylene won’t release toxic gas after burning only resolve to CO2 and water it’s a green material for environment.
The fabric dyeing and finishing processes consume large amounts of water and chemicals, produce large amounts of CO2, and emit polluted water with large amounts of chemical oxygen demand (COD). They are the most polluting process in the textile industry. SolutionDyed Fabric adds color at the raw material stage, which can means most of the dyeing and finishing processes can be omitted, greatly reducing CO2 and water. Solution dyed products have better light and wash colorfastness.