Recycled textile fiber, comes from two primary sources: pre-consumer waste recovered from the manufacturing process and Post-Consumer Waste know as PCW.
HiDesign Apparels (India): they are Recycler's of cotton clipping in to fibers. They also manufacturer of garments. Address: 48 kvp Layout Tirupur 641604 India Phone: 91 421 479833 or 91 421 704169 Email: email@example.com Contact: Shanker
Coeval: they are a enterprise from Spain involved in dealing and recycling textile raw materials in assorted qualities. They buy and sell all kind of textiles wastes and fibers: Polyester, Polypropylene, Acrylic, Rayon, Viscose, Cotton, etc.. They are interested in buying Staple fibers, Tow Wastes, yarn Wastes, cotton clips, etc... They sell to spinning, nonwovens, felt and automotive industry.
Leigh fibers, Inc: (USA) Buyers, processors and traders in recycled cotton, polyester, polypropylene, rayon, acrylic, polyamide and aramid fibers for the mattress, furniture, nonwovens and automotive industries. From questions about which blend and product will best optimize a specific processing line and product, to issues regarding the most cost-efficient method for baling your textile waste, Leigh Fibers is the textile industry's go-to resource for re-processed fiber solutions.
MartexFiber: Martex Fiber provides global sale of their Recycled Textiles to a variety of industries. They specialize in 100% cotton knits and cotton / polyester knits in colors and bleached, and other industrial textile waste of all kinds.
Miller Waste Mills, Inc.: Miller Waste Mills, Inc. is working to keep used textiles out of landfills by putting a portion of the other 15% to good use. Miller Waste Mills, Inc. processes used clothing and textiles to reclaim their original fibers so they can be used again instead of being thrown away.
REPREVE® Recycling Center: In May 2011, Unifi, Inc. celebrated the official opening of its REPREVE® Recycling Center. This $8 million investment will allow the company to expand production capacities of its REPREVE recycled fiber.
SMART Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles : as an international trade association, SMART strengthens the economic opportunities of their diverse membership by promoting the interdependence of the for-profit textile recycling industry segments and provides a common forum for networking, education and advocacy. SMART members use and convert recycled and secondary materials from used clothing, commercial laundries and nonwoven, off spec material, new mill ends and paper from around the world. SMART member companies create thousands of jobs worldwide. Their members prove each day that you can make money by being socially responsible.
Textile Group Huizen (Netherlands): recycler natural and synthetic fiber and filament waste into fibers for insulation, packaging and furniture industries.
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