The world's leading recycled fiber is made for the good of tomorrow.

The Process
As seasoned experts in sustainable textile production for the cruising and hospitality sector, it is our pleasure to inform you that we specialize in crafting high-quality recycled yarns made from discarded plastic bottles. Our process of creating recycled fabrics involves the use of harmless chemicals that are safe for the environment. Furthermore, our fabrics are designed to be recyclable and biodegradable, thereby minimizing any negative impact on the environment. We are proud to be leaders in sustainable textile production, and our commitment to producing eco-friendly fabrics is unwavering.
  1. Recycled Bottles

         Post-consumer bottles are collected.


  1. Repreve Flake

         Bottles are washed and chopped into flake.


  1. Repreve Chip

         Bottle flakes are melted and formed into chips.


  1. Repreve Recycled Fiber

         Chips are melted and made into yarn.


  1. Fabric
         The yarn is processed and textured just like virgin polyester and, dyed then woven or knitted into polyester fabric.

Recycled polyester fabric uses PET (polyethylene terephthalate) as raw material, and this comes from recycled plastic bottles which go to landfill. Recycled polyester uses 33-53% less energy than regular polyester, and it can be continuously recycled.

Recycled polyester also doesn’t require huge land to grow a crop or gallons of water like cotton for its production.

The reason recycled polyester (often written rPET) is considered a green option in textiles today is twofold. There is an argument that the energy needed to make the rPET is less than what was required to complete the virgin polyester in the first place, so we save energy.

Mindfulness of the environment using recycled plastic to make polyester reduces the amount of virgin plastic globally.

IMO CERTIFIED FABRICS  All products are IMO certified for the Maritime industry.  


Custom designs can be achieved upon request.
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Esra Ozkan
Andrie Iglesias