Mundotextil, a Portuguese home textiles manufacturer gifted with state-of-the-art production and is a world reference in design, innovation, quality and for fitting into the market trends has launched a range of towels made from cotton, claims uses a fraction of the water and energy comparative to the industry norm.
The towel range features Ecotec yarns from the Polaris, Ginevra and Chagall colections. The products are set to be unveiled at Heimtextil, held in Frankfurt between 9 â€“ 12 January.
The towel, manufactured using Marchi & Fildiâ€™s Ecotec cotton yarn â€“ a product which the company says can contain up to 80 per cent pre-consumer cotton offcuts and clippings â€“ is said to save up to 77.9 per cent of water usage in production, according to a LCA assessment.
The Life Cycle Assessment also determined that the production cycle of the towel range could save up to 56.3 per cent of CO2 emissions and 56.6 per cent in the consumption of energy resources.
The Ecotec yarns used in the manufacturing â€“ as well as including recycled cotton â€“ are said to adhere to the chemical safety and human health metrics stipulated by â€˜Tessile e saluteâ€™, a certification promoted by Italyâ€™s Ministry of Health.
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