The companies of textile sector have an important challenge for such to carry out a radical change towards new products. These must be innovative and have an added value to face the new markets that open up in different countries where labor is cheaper.
The textile world is heading towards recycling. Betting also on sustainability. One of the chosen fabrics is recycled polyester, it is possible to obtain the same technical performance as in other polyester fibers and leave a lower environmental footprint.
Recycled polyester uses 75% less oil than it does not. It consumes less energy and emits less gas when it is being produced. This process helps to reduce plastic waste from generated packaging, as plastic bottles and some industrial materials are reused, which in turn are re-processed to create the new polyester textile fiber. Another benefit is also to minimize dependence on oil so that toxic emissions from incinerators are reduced, helping to promote new recycled materials and have a less harmful effect on our environment. It can be said that recycled polyester has the same characteristics as virgin polyester: it is waterproof, flexible, highly resistant to wear and at high temperatures.
Increasingly, the big mark use recycled polyester for some of their fashion collections.
Another of the improvements that can be promoted in the textile industry is the replacement of traditional cotton with organic cotton, taking into account the intervention in environmental policy that can be directed to aspects of supply and demand for textiles.

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