With virtually no land, water, animal, or agrochemical impacts, polyester has always been a low-impact material. Recycled polyester takes this a step further – but still has its challenges.
What is recycled polyester and where does it come from?
Polyester is a fiber made from petrochemicals. As a raw material, it is a clear, strong and flexible plastic known for its shape retention, durability and hydrophobic properties. Unlike natural fibers, it does not biodegrade but can be 100 percent recycled either by mechanical or chemical processes. The recycled polyester used for textiles most commonly comes from clear PET drinking water bottles, but it can also be made from fabric off cuts and unusable second-quality fabrics. The resulting recycled material then retains much the same properties as virgin polyester.
New design Recycled microfiber cleaning towel
Are you also an environmentalist? If you also manage to make environmental friendly and energy-saving cleaning products, please choose this Recycled microfiber cleaning towel. both towels and packaging are environmentally friendly materials, the color design is inspired by nature and forest. I believe this towel will bring you a fresh breath of nature.
Please join our environmental protection camp, we are the guardians of nature !——Aose