AN INTELLIGENT AND SUSTAINABLE WAY

TO CREATE PRODUCTS FROM WASTE IN A CONTINUOUS LOOP

The ECONYL® Regeneration System consists of six production steps that form a closed loop

LET'S FACE THE FACTS

Find out about the environmental footprint of the textile sector and how ECONYL® is doing its part.

> DISCOVER FACTS & FIGURES

76.4

million tons of global textile production in 2010

(Source: PCI Fibres Red Book published May 2012)

69.2%

of fibers consumed in 2012
were man-made fibers

(Source: Opus Business Consultants 2012)

20%

of global production waste comes from the textile and apparel sectors

(Source: Environmental Protection Agency - European Commission Research Project Recycling Textile 2010)
12 Oct 2016
The gold medal team for plastic and sustainability at Plasticity Forum London
Here is the video of the panel discussion “Weaving sustainability into our textiles” that took place at Plasticity Forum London on September 21st. The event was part of the London Design Festival and sought to bridge the […]
23 May 2016
A JOURNEY INTO THE ECONYL® REGENERATION SYSTEM
The ECONYL® Regeneration System is a unique process that allows Aquafil to produce 100% regenerated Nylon yarn using waste material instead of fossil raw material. The ECONYL® regenerated yarn is now used by the most important brands […]
19 May 2016
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ECONYL®!

Five years ago, on May 19th 2011, Giulio Bonazzi cut the ribbon of the ECONYL® plant in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

05 May 2016
EMBRACING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY – PIONEERS CREATING NEW BUSINESS VALUE
Tomorrow Mr. Edi Kraus, General Manager of former Yulon and now AquafilSLO, will participate at the first international conference of Circular Change, “Embracing the Circular […]
20 Apr 2016
THE “ROCKY STATION” WINS REGENERATION COMPETITION

Last weekend, the second edition of the REGENERATION 64h design competition came to an end.

15 Apr 2016
MEET THE REGENERATORS!
Right now, the REGENERATION 64 hours nonstop design competition based on the principles of Living Building protocol is taking place. The three […]

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