Optimum Solutions

For Max Quality

We Produce Recycling Fibers & Fabrics.

Textile Recycling: A For-Profit Startup Success Among Controversy

Cotton Yarn

Denim

Polyester

Recycle Is Our Future

Wearable and Reused Textiles

According to a U.K. industry source, about 50% of collected textiles are reused, and about 50% are recycled. About 61 percent of recovered wearable clothes are exported to other countries. In some African countries, as many as 80% of people wear used clothing. The issue of sending used clothing to Africa has generated some degree of controversy as to the benefits of such initiatives, where it can have an adverse impact on local textile industries, native dress, and local waste generation.

In Canada, an estimated 10% of charitable contributions are sold by thrift stores, with another 90% of donated fabrics going to textile recyclers.

Recycling Stages

Cutting

Gathering Waste

Sorting In every Color

Storing & Transpotting

Regeneration Process

SHREDDING

MAKING FIBRE

FIBRE TO YARN

YARN TO PRODUCT

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Our Process

Textile recycling offers the following environmental benefits:

Decreases landfill

space requirements, bearing in mind that synthetic fiber products do not decompose and that natural fibers may release greenhouse gasses

Avoided use of virgin fibers

Reduced consumption of energy and water

Pollution avoidance

GLOBAL RECYCLING CERTIFICATE

OPTIMUM RECYCLE Proccessing steps / activities carried out under responsibility of the above mentioned company ( by the operations as detailed in the annex ) for certified products

FOR A GREENER WORLD, RECYCLED GARMENTS.