Technology, research, and textile tradition come together to ensure excellence in functional features and the protection of health and the environment
Choose responsibly, cotton is not innocent: its environmental impact is disastrous!
The Aral Sea is the fourth largest lake in the world, but it has now practically disappeared, primarily due to cotton cultivation. It has been defined by the United Nations as one of the worst environmental disasters on the planet.
textile dyes change the color of rivers
The dyeing process generates various types of waste streams, including water-based effluents, as well as air emissions.
The denim fabric is dyed in the classic indigo blue color. Many jeans exhibit color fading, which contributes to the alarming damage caused by the 40,000 tons of indigo produced annually.
In Europe, textiles per capita are produced every year.
The primary source of textile waste is clothing and home textiles, which account for approximately 85% of total waste.
Respectlife: a responsible choice, single-material without elastomers and chemical, ideal for high-quality recycling.
At the end of its use, it allows for complete recovery for the production of valuable new raw material.