Recycled polyester is made from polyester waste, industrial waste, and recycled PET bottles. Recycled interlinings offer identical technical performance. The high strength and functional versatility of recycled polyester are the same as those of traditional polyester, but with less environmental impact.
To develop recycled interlinings a smaller amount of energy is used than in the manufacture of the original polyester. The use of recycled polyester encourages the cleaning of contaminated natural media and prevents the disposal of plastics to landfills and oceans. The use of recycled polyester decreases the carbon footprint in the industry and reduces dependence on fossil plastics.
The benefits of recycled polyester interlining and their impact on the planet.
Reuse: From PET plastic bottles discarded in landfills and in nature or other polyester fabrics as raw material, giving them a second life and preventing them from piling up in landfills.
Reduction: 75% of CO2 in its manufacture compared to virgin polyester. PET polyester or polyester fabric is selected and crushed to obtain the fibers and then be able to manufacture the yarn and weave it.
Recycling: Recycled polyester does not need new oil for its manufacture, reducing the demand and extraction of this consumable and reducing our environmental footprint. Recycling is an opportunity for post-consumer and post-industrial use.