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Our procedures of ecodesign aim to reduce the environmental impact of our products. We will do this in two ways: MATERIALS and PROCESSES.

recycled cotton

To create our yarn we integrate virgin cotton fibres with recycled cotton, from industrial scraps or end-of-life textiles. This method thus reduces the impact linked to the cultivation of new cotton fibres.

recycled plastic

The use of recycled plastics helps to avoid the use of oil-based resources and upcycle this material at the end of its life cycle. (pe, pp, pa)

recycled rubber

rubber is mainly a synthetic material, but can also be natural. it is a highly energy-consuming material given its transformation processes.

lead free

Lead is a material that mainly provides weighting feature (diving weights, fishing weights) or in shooting cartridges. at the end of their life cycle, this type of product can be found in natire and is toxic to biodiversity.

mixed textiles case

For certain products a mix must be used to get a level of performance. we have to ensure we avoid mixing as much as possible in products and preferably be single material.

biton

the bi-ton is a technology that lets you dye one out of two threads. dyeing has an environmental impact linked towater (consumption & pollution). There are dyes that are respectful of the environment.

dry dyed

dry dyeing helps to reduce the considerable environmental impact of dyeing linked to water (consumption & pollution).

jigger

Piece dyeing machine able to dye any type of fibres through very few amounts of water, steam, electricity and chemicals auxiliaries compared with usual jets and overflows high demanding in both water and energy. This machine is allocated for woven fabrics.

cold pad batch

Cold pad batch process allows to decrease the energy consumption by dyeing the textile fabric at cold temperature.