We use recycled polyester to reduce our dependence on petroleum as a raw material source. By using recycled polyester we are helping to divert plastic from landfills. It works like this: the plastic is collected and small pieces are then melted into a liquid that is turned into strands of polyester, which is then woven into fabrics. It takes much less energy to make recycled polyester than it does to make virgin polyester. Recycled polyester has a 75% lower carbon footprint than virgin polyester.


There is very much raw material already in use or on its way to landfill (where it will take centuries to decompose), the most logical step for us is to reuse what we already have.