Econyl® is a 100 percent regenerated and regenerative fibre made from nylon waste, such as torn fishing nets, fabrics, old carpets and other recyclebles. With the help of innovative technologies, it is now possible to produce a premium yarn, so-called Econyl® yarn, from which the finest materials can be woven. Italian-based company Aquafil, one of the world’s leading companies in the synthetic fibre industry, has succeeded in closing the loop. The revolutionary material is used, for example, by the German company Kunert which launched a sustainable tights collection with Kunert Blue in 2017 at GreenTec Awards Festival in Munich.
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