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  • 1. Organic cotton, from none genetically modified plants, which are to be grown without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides.
    2. Its production also promotes and enhances biodiversity and biological cycles. Eclat's organic cotton manufacturing process is certificated by CONTRAL UNION.
    3. Designers, brands and retailers are incorporating organic cotton as a core component of a broader sustainable textile collection.
    1. This lyocell fiber is the first cellulose fiber to draw its strength from this nano-technology. As a result of the controlled and regular structure of nano fibrils,
    2. These are hydrophilic and guarantee excellent moisture absorption combined with optimum moisture management.
    3. The production of Tencel® is environmental friendly. It is based on a solvent spinning process. The closed loop circuit recycling the solvent is what makes this process revolutionary. The solvent is recovered up to 99.5% and the emissions, which remain, are decomposed in adapted biological purification plants.
    Lenzing Modal® - This rayon fiber is particularly well suited to blends with cotton since both fibers have similar properties. In particular, the dyeing performance of Lenzing Modal® emulates that of cotton. Naturalness plays a key role in Lenzing Modal®. The fiber is made from beech wood, a natural raw material. The pulp used for fiber production is made by Lenzing to guarantee consistent and reliable quality. The natural softener makes Modal fabrics pleasant to the touch even after repeated washing. Hardening of the rayon fabric, which occurs as a result of limestone deposits and traces of detergent, becomes a thing of the past with Lenzing Modal®.
    SOURCE: www.lenzing.com
    Sorona®, the latest fiber-grade polymer innovation from DuPont, offers a three-part environmental story. Made with renewable resources instead of petrochemicals, Sorona® requires 40% less energy to produce than an equal amount of petrochemical-based polyester. Producing Sorona® reduces CO2 emmissions up to 60% over an equal amount of petroleum-based polyester.
    Apexa® -This "Eco-Friendly" Polyester fiber, APEXA® is Biodegradable and "returns to nature". It can be decomposed into carbon dioxide and water by microorganisms in nature after use. Apexa® can be used in the same way as conventional polyester, and it can also berecycled. Furthermore, it brings no pollution to the environment. APEXA® is registered trademark of E.I.DUPONT de Nemours and Company.
    1. Recycled fiber, an important source of pulp, comes from two primary sources: pre-consumer waste recovered from the manufacturing process and Post-Consumer Waste known as PCW. Sources of PCW fiber include old corrugated, mixed paper, old newspaper, high-grade de-inked paper and pulp substitutes recovered from the end user.
    2. Recycled fiber fits into the pulp and paper manufacturing process in two directions—upcycling or downcycling. The direction of the cycling can have an impact not only on our environment, but also in the quality and expense of paper products.
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    1. Polypropylene is widely used in diapers & food containers because of its safety in contact with the human body. It has various advantageous functions such as water repellence, light weight and good thermal retention.
    2. Its character with the lowest specific gravity (0.91) among existing fiber materials, which means garment made of PP maximizes comfort & lightweight.
    3. Manufacture of products from PP fiber has low environmental impact :
    1. Low melting point - less energy to create products.
    2. low moisture pickup - less energy used to dry products.
    3. Scrap/waste from converting operations is recyclable/reusable in the operations.
    4. No toxic emissions or wastes.