We collaborate with a Spanish company that has been working with recycled materials for decades, exploiting the scraps of textile processing, which after being treated and put back into operation, return to the production process to obtain new fabrics and recover their best properties.
Our natural resources are increasingly scarce and the levels of waste products are more than alarming, it was necessary to redesign the production system and think of new materials, processes, and practices that are more sustainable and respectful of people and the environment around us.
And this is how SENSAT Eco-Friendly Fabrics was born, a brand that was created to offer the market a complete range of fabrics made with different types of recycled materials and others made with organic cotton, all developed according to parameters of sustainability and efficiency.
SEAQUAL ™ polyester yarn is made from recycled materials, including post-consumer plastic bottles and sea-captured plastics, so this recycling process helps conserve natural resources and keep oceans cleaner.
The 100% post-consumer recycled polyester comes from the collection of used plastic bottles which, after being transformed into PET, are spun to convert it back into the fiber. The color from which a pre-dyed fiber is obtained is injected into the PET, with the consequent saving of water and lower energy consumption. Furthermore, by making a firm commitment to PET polyester, we reduce our dependence on non-renewable fossil fuels as a source of raw material for our fabrics.
Fabrics of vegetable origin that use organic cotton as a raw material. Organic cotton grows and is produced without toxic substances. No pesticides, fertilizers or chemicals. In its cultivation, natural fertilizers are used and the cycles necessary to avoid the exhaustion of the earth’s nutrients are respected.
On the other hand, organic cotton has important benefits for producers, which avoid inhalation and contact with toxins, benefits for the environment, because the earth and aquifers are not polluted, and benefits for the user. final, because in the end, this cotton is devoid of the toxic substances that will form the fabric and the ones that will come into contact with our skin.
The recycled cotton fibers are obtained from waste and textile garments already used, treated and put back into operation to obtain their best properties again.
Using this method we solve the problem of most fabrics once their life cycle is over, as it is difficult to find a good application or alternative to the removal of these materials which is also sustainable from an environmental point of view.
Everyone knows that there are many advantages that linen fibers have, such as the ability to absorb moisture, or to eliminate the activity of pathogenic microflora, eliminating the proliferation of bacteria on the skin. In addition, with recycled linen, we are able to give impetus to the circular economy and use recovered linen in our production process, classified as GRS Pre-consumer, as an industrial by-product obtained during the production of long fiber yarn. In this way, we provide a solution to the industrial production waste of these materials.
Hemp is the variety of Cannabis sativa authorized for the industry. It is a fast-growing plant that requires very little water and does not require herbicides, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers or transgenic seeds for its cultivation. As an additional benefit to the environment, hemp cultivation improves soil health by replenishing vital nutrients and preventing erosion. Hemp fibers are among the most versatile natural fibers and have evolved a lot compared to the raw and rough fibers of decades ago, managing to create fabrics of great finesse and flexibility, also presenting great resistance.