Denim manufacturer ISKO has used a patented new spinning process to launch new R-TWO50+ yarns which are made up of at least 50% recycled fibers, created by a patented new spinning process.
The company launched R-Two almost two years ago, with the company claiming that increased use of recycled polyester and pre-consumer cotton waste aided its environmental goals.
The yarns can create strong and durable fabrics with excellent shape recovery, a soft cotton hand feel, and quick-drying properties, all while reducing emissions, water, resources, and waste.
R-TWO50+ fabrics have Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification which ensures that recycled materials are verified in a consistent manner.
Ebru zküçük, Isko's head of sustainability, said that they’re immensely proud of R-TWO50+ and their breakthroughs that open up a new frontier of responsible innovation. Their mission encompasses not only the use of low-impact products but also their culture and systems. They believe that in order to create a legitimate and comprehensive industry roadmap to sustainability, the carbon footprint must assess the goods, as well as the processes, to ensure that they are carried out responsibly. This is the only way to get rid of greenwashing.
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