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Brugnoli to launch its recycled fabric line
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Apr '17
Brugnoli, an established Italian company specialised in the creation of high-end fabrics, will launch B.Recycled, its new high-quality, zero-kilometre fabric line based on recycled yarn, a product that adds a new dimension of eco-sustainability to the Brugnoli offer. The product will be introduced during Performance Days for two days from April 26, 2017.

In order to guarantee fabrics with exceptional quality and undisputed performances, Brugnoli focuses on the excellence of its raw materials and relies on its well-established partner, the Italian company Fulgar, which highlights the crucial role environmental responsibility plays in its operations with the claim— A better way to the future.

Brugnoli has used Q-Nova by Fulgar in its new B.Recycled product where Q-Nova is an eco-sustainable nylon 6.6 fibre obtained exclusively from pre-consumer recycling – using intact, raw, traceable materials – that retains their qualitative features without needing to undergo further regeneration processes that would impact the environment. This also leads to a reduction in CO2 emissions and water consumption. The creation of B.Recycled by Brugnoli, in fact, starts with raw materials recycling process carried out entirely in the Fulgar laboratories and mills. Work then continues at the Brugnoli plant, where all the fabrics are created, produced and dyed in the same location, without the need to transport them elsewhere. (RR)

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