Fiber Technology

A bio-based, high performance polyester made with 37% plant material.

Evernu gathers and purifies discarded textiles, engineer the materials into a pulp and extrudes a new fiber, NuCycl, for the creation of premium textiles. They can create fibers with a wide range of deniers, shapes and properties. Their process creates very little negative environmental waste.

Lenzing’s flagship fiber created by upcycling cotton scraps and adding wood pulp from certified sustainable forests.

Viscose fibers derived from sustainable wood and pulp that have been certified with the EU Ecolabel as meeting high environmental standards from raw material extraction through production, distribution and disposal.

Compostable and biodegradable cellulosic fibers used to make non-woven materials primarily needed for body care and wipes.

A textile recycling company that decomposes the cellulose in cotton and viscose to create a chemically recycled fiber known as Circulose®. Circulose is a new natural material made by recovering cotton from clothing.

Return scraps or used Sunbrella material. Simply put your name, mailing address, description and weight of contents into the form and download a mailing label. Returned materials will be recycled into new fiber.

A collaboration with Blue Jeans Go Green™ to recycle used denim. Simply log into your Zappos account, fill out the form, and return old denim to be recycled.