Our recycled polyester fabrics are produced with a post-consumer yarn originating from PET plastic bottles.

Once they have been selected, sliced and melted down, they are extruded to yield a polyester chip used to produce yarn by means of a new fusion and extrusion process.

FABRICATION PROCESS

Slide SLICING MELTING EXTRUSION AND DRYING MELTED PET BOTTLES EXTRUSION AND DRYING POLYESTER REEL POLYESTER CHIP MELTING SLICING MELTING EXTRUSION AND DRYING MELTED PET BOTTLES EXTRUSION AND DRYING POLYESTER REEL POLYESTER CHIP MELTING

Slide SLICING MELTING EXTRUSION AND DRYING MELTED PET BOTTLES EXTRUSION AND DRYING POLYESTER REEL POLYESTER CHIP MELTING SLICING MELTING EXTRUSION AND DRYING MELTED PET BOTTLES EXTRUSION AND DRYING POLYESTER REEL POLYESTER CHIP MELTING
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

60 %

fewer CO2 emissions

85 %

less energy

20 %

less water (90 % of the water we use is recycled)

50,5 PET bottles

generate 1 kg of recycled polyester yarn

FABRICS MADE WITH RECYCLED POLYESTER

It is the trademark registered by Geisa to cover its family of sustainable development fabrics. Fabrics with recycled polyester or recycled polyamide belong to this great family, a source of employment and for raising awareness about the use and the reuse of resources that help to improve the textile industry and make it more sustainable.

All our polyester and polyamide fabrics bear the GRS.