Aquafil wins the Italian Radical Green Award during the Green Week

On Friday, March 4th, Giulio Bonazzi, President and CEO of Aquafil, will receive the “Radical Green 2016 Award” for 10 stories of sustainable innovation. Aquafil will receive the prize for its efforts in improving the sustainability of its process, especially for the ECONYL® Regeneration Process that allows the regeneration of Nylon 6 waste into yarn for new textiles […]

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Carvico and Jersey Lomellina join the Healthy Seas initiative

Our long time partners Carvico and Jersey Lomellina, which produce high-tech knitted fabrics for swimwear, sportswear, underwear and outerwear, have announced their participation in the Healthy Seas initiative, a journey from waste to wear. Having always focused on preserving the environment, Carvico and Jersey Lomellina are aware of the fact that implementing a sustainable production policy is no […]

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MEDIUM – Sharing Sustainability with Our Neighbors

Companies are not isolated entities. They are part of a wider ecosystem, interacting with suppliers, clients, owners, employees and other stakeholders. They take from and affect the environment in which they operate. Sustainable businesses consider all these factors and try to do business in a way that brings a positive outcome to all three sides […]

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Congratulation to Ljubljana, European Green Capital!

Our journey with the ECONYL® Regeneration system started many years ago exactly in the city that in these days has been declared European Green Capital, so we are very happy to congratulate Ljubljana for this great achievement! This milestone was the result of the great efforts done to raise environmental awareness amongst its citizens, for its […]

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Healthy Seas and ECONYL® on Kabel 1 for Abenteuer Leben

Healthy Seas was the protagonist of a reportage by German TV program Abenteuer Leben, on Kabel 1. The TV crew visited our facilities in Slovenia and could film both the waste treatment process and the regeneration at Lubljana’s plant. They were able also to dive underwater in Croatia with Healthy seas’s volunteer divers to recover a […]

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New kind of collaboration in our ECONYL® plant in Ljubljana

Julon d.o.o. (the Slovenian company of the Aquafil Group) and Vodno Mesto Atlantis Waterpark in Ljubljana, have signed an agreement where excess of thermal energy from the ECONYL® Regeneration System will be transferred to Atlantis, to provide 100% of the waterpark’s thermal energy requirements. The close proximity of the two allows to significantly reduce the two businesses’ environmental impacts […]

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MEDIUM – The Time to Act on Climate Change is Now and Businesses Should Take the Lead

What causes climate change? What is the world doing about it? How can business sector act on climate change? Our new Medium article deals about climate change, the current Paris Climate Conference (COP21) and Aquafil’s commitment focusing especially on CO2 emissions reduction with the ECONYL® Regeneration System. Enjoy! The Time to Act on Climate Change is Now and Businesses Should […]

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MEDIUM – Collaboration and Sustainability: a Perfect Match

Our new Medium article focuses on the importance of collaboration in sustainability with some examples taken from the latest projects we are most proud of. Enjoy it! Collaboration and Sustainability: a Perfect Match

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MEDIUM: Sustainia — building blocks for sustainable society

Our new Medium article talks about Sustainia and the featured projects that might be building a new future right now. The ECONYL® Regeneration System is included in this year’s publication. Sustainia — building blocks for sustainable society

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Medium: Sustainable business is profitable business

“How can businesses apply their knowledge to reduce their impact on the environment? And why would they even embark on such a complex and long-term process?” An article talking about why Aquafil decided to jump right into the challanges posed by the environment and by our changing society and how its example could be of inspiration for others busineses. […]

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HealthySeas on Earthrise/AlJazeera

Earthrise called it “Fish Net Fashion” and is a great 10 minutes reportage on Healthy Seas and the journey from marine waste to wear. The whole journey from the recovery of fishing nets to the regeneration and to final products is explained in a very clear and visual way, also with the help of an animation for the chemical process of […]

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Healthy Seas and ECONYL® go to school in Ancona

On April 30th, Healthy Seas and ECONYL®  met with students at the A.Volta middle school in Ancona, Italy to explain how the Healthy Seas initiative works and to talk about the collaboration with local fishermen at Ancona Harbor and DeFishGear. We demonstrated to the kids what is Healthy Seas and why it is important to recover marine waste […]

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