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Booth No.F21

ART IMPACT
  • Category Fabric, Knits, Dyeing/Finishing, Garment
  • Main Item
    • Recycled Polyester
    • Recycled Leather
    • Recycled Cotton
    • Banana Fabric
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  • Company Introduction <Recycled Polyester> Recycled polyester is in a wide range of BLUEORB’s products from pouches, bags to t-shirts. There are 2 ways to create recycled polyester. One is by mechanical process using the waste from plastic bottles, make them into polyester chips and the chips then go through the traditional fiber making process. The other is chemical process in which is created with old garments shredded into chips, spun into polyester yarn and then woven into the fabric. Our products are made with the former cycle and despite all the limitations that the recycled polyester possess, we believe that this can be a start and can employ various alternatives derived from it. <Recycled Leather> BLUEORB’s recycled leather wallets focus on creating sustainable options for our customer. The recycled leather itself is produced with scraps of leather and fabric remnants collected from different leather manufacturers and the process of making recycled leather is ensured to remove potentially toxic materials. By making these goods combined with style, we hope to contribute in extending the circulation and more use of recycled leather. <Recycled Cotton> Cotton textiles have already been mechanically recycled for many years, turning them into recycled cotton. Thrown away cotton fabrics can find new life in different products and the amount of energy, water and dye used are reduced as most recycled cotton yarns are commonly sourced from pre-consumer fabric scraps. It’s a one way to reduce textile waste and repurpose its use and BLUEORB is aiming to save natural resources by responding to issues like these and creating something that are practical and affordable. <Banana Fabric> BLUEORB’s been focusing on developing sustainable solutions for materials and recently succeed in creating banana fabric, also known as “Abaca” fabric. Banana fiber is known for its durability, flexibility and mostly for its sustainability even among the natural fibers as it is purely made from Banana plants. The fabric production is energy-efficient which saves 60 % of energy and reduces CO2 emissions. We believe that this can be our next step in achieving our sustainability mission.
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