Yarns made from recycled materials, such as post-consumer or post-industrial waste, are referred to as multi-functional recycled yarns since they are made to do a variety of tasks. Yarns are frequently made by repurposing plastics, fabrics, or other materials that have been used or abandoned to generate new yarns with improved qualities.
Consumer awareness of environmental sustainability has significantly increased in recent years, which has prompted the industry to look at eco-friendly alternatives. There has been a noticeable trend towards sustainability in the textile and garment business, which is well-known for its negative environmental effects. This case study explores the strategic choice made by a client company to develop and invest in bio-based polyester yarn to satisfy the growing need for recycled yarns with various uses in the clothing industry.
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The client was inquiring about the process roadmap, starting from the selection of raw materials to the distribution of final recycled yarn apparel to end-users which includes the following data set