Sustainable textile technologies company, Säntis Textiles, is collaborating with traceable fiber technology company FibreTrace to provide a unique traceable ID for RCO100 fibers, yarns, and textiles made from recycled cotton waste.
In 2021, Säntis recycled a record-breaking 100,000 tons of pre-and post-consumer cotton waste through its continuous collaboration with fashion companies like Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Jeans, and Lacoste.
FibreTrace technology gives brands 20/20 vision of their supply chains at every stage, from raw fiber sourcing to store, combining physical and digital technologies to deliver unrivaled knowledge. It is unbreakable throughout the whole textile supply chain, real-time auditable and traceable, confirms brand promises, generates confidence, and engages the customer.
Annabelle Hutter, creative director at Säntis Textiles, said that with a rising appetite from companies all around the world to embrace more circular approaches, they are eager to support further efforts toward strengthening the industry's lifespan. They're delighted to be collaborating with FibreTrace, a pioneer in this sector, to assist create fiber tracking technology for their one-of-a-kind recycling technology, which is a vital aspect of their growth plan. Along with many others, this initiative will help shape the future of textile circular solutions.
Crispin Argento, chief operating officer at FibreTrace, said that through its collaboration with FibreTrace, Säntis Textiles has taken a brave first step toward full transparency across the whole manufacturing process, from recycled feedstock to the end garment for its pioneering RCO100 goods. Santis will develop the future of circularity in textiles by using the potential of the FibreTrace digital and physical transparency technology.
RCO100 technology produces 100 percent recycled cotton yarns from pre-consumer industrial waste and post-consumer cotton garment waste without the use of chemical procedures or regenerated fibers.
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