Textiles are still currently recycled to a relatively small extent. It is true that used garments are recycled for a second or third use through collection systems. But the genuine recycling of textiles into their components often fails because of the composition of the raw materials. This is where recyclable yarns can make an important contribution to the eco-balance. The decisive factor here is that a material can be returned to its original components, i.e. yarns, and that these can subsequently be further processed or recycled accordingly. Another aspect of recyclable yarns is that they naturally have better properties in terms of skin compatibility. They are therefore often used in the field of fine tights or flat knitwear.

We look forward to seeing you at Techtextil in Frankfurt:
Hall 12.1, Stand D10

April 23April 26 2024