Recycled polyester

Our recycled polyester is made primarily from plastic bottles, which are sterilized and crushed into small chips. The chips are thereafter melted and made into strings of yarn via a spinning machine. The yarn will then be putt through other machines to create the fluffy wooly texture, where after once it is dried it can be woven into polyester fabric. Using plastic waste like plastic bottles ensure that the left over plastic doesn’t end up in landfills and oceans. Normal non- recycled polyester is derived from petroleum and the oil manufacturing industry is the world’s largest pollutant, wherefore it’s a win-win for the environment to use recycled polyester.