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ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon

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06 Nov 2019

Napapijri reveals Infinity: the first circular, 100% recyclable jacket

Blazing a trail in circular innovation, premium casualwear brand Napapijri unveils Infinity, its first circular, 100% recyclable jacket which gathers into one garment Napapijri’s commitment to creating a better future through design, sustainability, and innovation. The first jacket of its kind, Infinity has been three years in the making. Its main breakthrough comes from an […]

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05 Dec 2019

Tarkett closes the loop on commercial carpet tiles in Europe.

The intensive collaboration between Tarkett and Aquafil over recent years goes beyond the traditional customer and supplier relationship. The result is a significant step towards circular economy. Tarkett has sourced PA6 and ECONYL® regenerated nylon from Aquafil for more than a decade and uses ECONYL® yarn in its Desso AirMaster carpet tiles, for example. Now, […]

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01 Nov 2019

4 Nylon pieces that made — or are about to make — history

As technology and science advances, materials change, but there is one material that was created long ago and is now in the middle of a very much needed revolution — plastic. Plastic is being taken into the new century keeping the good aspects of itself and leaving the bad behind. It’s an ongoing process, but […]

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07 Nov 2019

Breitling and Outerknown: a new Superocean Watch and the launch of the innovative Outerknown ECONYL® yarn Nato strap collection

Breitling announces two launches in partnership with Outerknown, the sustainable apparel brand co-founded by surfing legend and Breitling Surfers Squad member Kelly Slater. In addition to the new Superocean Outerknown watch, Breitling introduces the first Outerknown ECONYL® yarn NATO strap collection. The 18 ecologically responsible straps, which will dress up any Breitling watch, are crafted […]

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25 Oct 2019

THE RUGGIST – Handknotted Nylon? | Part Three

by Michael Christie, The Ruggist The impetus behind the making of a handknotted carpet from ECONYL® regenerated nylon. To have a frank discussion about the role of plastics – including nylon – in our daily lives is to wade into precarious territory full of contradiction and often devoid of good faith dialog. On one extreme […]

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