Everything About Recycled PET

rPET to FABRIC

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Benefits Of Recycled Polyester

  • With 49% of global production, polyester is the most widely used fibre in the apparel sector; more than 62,000 million tonnes of polyester fibres are produced annually.

  • Production of polyester fabric involves significant quantities of chemicals, raw materials and by-products that are toxic can pollute air and water and cause health issues.

  • Recycled polyester is promoted by TE as a preferred fabric.

  • Recycled polyester also known as rPET is obtained by melting down existing plastic and re-spinning it into new polyester fibre.

  • It can be either mechanically or chemically recycled with feedstock consisting of either pre or post  consumer waste that can no longer be used for intended purposes.

  • It diminishes the environmental impact that comes with garment waste. This is called a closed a closed loop system. 

  • Life cycle assessment prove that there is a reduction of carbon emission and prevention of toxic emission due to incineration.

Recycled PET Process

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Recycled polyester not only contributes to the reduction of petroleum extraction, but it also consumes less energy than the regular method. It allows for a much longer life-cycle of the garment. Since the recycling process can be repeated instead of disposing of unwanted garments, it diminishes the environmental impact that comes with garment waste. This is called a Closed Loop system. 

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