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Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi to present 2 lines at PV show
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Marchi & Fildi
Courtesy: Marchi & Fildi
Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi will present Ecotec Innovation and Ecotec Collection at the Premier Vision show which begins September 13 in Paris. Innovation is a line of smart solutions for the season S/S 2018 created by the R&D department of Marchi & Fildi, while Collection is an exclusive range of Ecotec F/W fabrics made by the accredited Ecotec partners.

Euromaglia S.r.l., Lana Reale, Manifattura CBM and Tessuti & tessuti S.r.l. are the Ecotec accredited partners. Premium brands like Marimekko and Eileen Fisher have already used this new generation of smart cotton for their designs.

The refined and versatile Ecotec yarn can be used for making woven and jersey fashion fabrics, knitwear, hosiery as well as retail and contract furnishings. It is available in an extended range of vivid and bright colours. Customers can specify their own colour ranges on request for customising the range to suit their own needs.

Ecotec is produced using an exclusive process that is completely traceable and certified. Redundant remnants from the fashion system's garment production are recovered and transformed into 100 per cent yarn. This process is all about transforming quality waste clippings into excellence through a process of pure valorisation.

The process of creating Ecotec ensures up to 56.3 per cent reduction on the greenhouse effect, up to 56.6 per cent in energy savings and up to 77.9 per cent in water consumption throughout the complete process. This opens the door for using fewer resources while maintaining the highest quality standards and performance.

The Ecotec certifications include Oeko-Tex 100, GRS (Global Recycled Standard), Certified Quality System Company ISO 9000:2008, TF (Traceability & Fashion) and LCA (Life Cycle Assessment). (KD)

 

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