Martex Fiber, a leader in textile waste management provides the highest quality textile waste management services to a wide variety of textile mills in North and Central America and the Caribbean. Martex Fiber as part of its â€œNo Fiber Left Behindâ€ program will go for capacity expansion at its manufacturing facilities.
Martex Fiber apart from fiber reclamation line at its facility in Spartanburg will also be increasing its plant capacity by over 20 percent for fibers made from cotton and cotton/polyester textile waste.
The company is also expanding its fiber reclamation capabilities at its facility in Brownsville, Texas on completion of the work by the next quarter, the plantâ€™s capacity will increase by 11 million pounds annually.
The company has expanded its manufacturing factility to create valuable outlets for the over 160 million pounds per year of both pre-consumer and post-consumer cotton and cotton-polyester textile waste that Martex Fiber keeps out of landfills.
Martex Fiberâ€™s â€œNo Fiber Left Behindâ€ program is designed to recycle textile waste rather than sending it to a landfill.
Martexâ€™s focus is on expanding a business that is sustainable economically and for the environment. Every pound of cotton textile scrap that is recycled at Spartanburg helps America avoid the environmental impact of a new pound of conventional cotton.
Their recycling process uses essentially no water, no harmful pesticides and no harmful chemical dyes, with significantly less energy consumption versus new cotton. Martex collects and recycles textile waste for use in rags, industrial uses and recycled yarn products.
In addition to Spartanburg and Brownsville, the company has manufacturing facilities in Charlotte, N.C.; Lincolnton, Ga.; Honduras; and Nicaragua as well as administrative offices in Charlotte and Newtown, Penn.
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