Recycled Polyester Fibers

Polyester is a manmade fiber, manufactured from petrochemical products by a process called polymerization. With 49% of the global fiber production, polyester is the most broadly used fiber in the apparel sector, annually more than 63,000 million tonnes of polyester fiber are produced. The method that is used for recycling can be either mechanical or chemical, with feedstock consisting of either pre- or post-consumer waste that can no longer be used for its intended purpose. PET is used as a raw material for recycled polyester. This material is also used in clear plastic water bottles, and recycling it to reach the fabric avoids it from going to landfill. The garments produced from recycled polyester can be recycled again and again with no degradation of quality, letting to reduce wastage, which means that the garments manufacturer could become a closed loop system, polyester could forever be reused and recycled.

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Post time: Dec-30-2020