Post Consumer Waste

Recycled cotton from post consumer waste (PCW) is material generated by households or by commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities in their role as end-users of a product that can no longer be used for its intended purpose; or simply said
“trash turned into new products”.
Warn out garments and textiles are turned into fibers. The fibers are mixed with organic cotton* and spun into new yarn. Yarn is woven into fabric that is used for new products. The benefit of using recycled cotton from post consumer waste is that it saves raw material.

* Due to limitations in the recycled cotton fiber

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