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Fashion savvy yarn Ecotec to debut at Première Vision
21
Jan '16
Ecotec yarn by Marchi & Fildi, a beautiful and responsible, but now a smarter yarn with a truly amazing fashion savvy colour range will officially debut at Première Vision.

“Ecotec is made in Italy from an exclusive, totally traceable and certified manufacturing process that turns 100 per cent pre-dyed cotton textile clippings into these colourful yarns,” a Marchi & Fildi press release said.

“This process means, one can enjoy huge savings in terms of water, CO2 and energy as attested by the LCA study conducted by ICEA,” the company added.

“This confirms improvements up to 56.3 per cent for greenhouse gases, up to 56.6 per cent in energy consumption and up to 77.9 per cent in terms of water usage,” Marchi & Fildi informed.

Marchi & Fildi processes the left over inventories generated during the production of clothing and transformed into Ecotec yarns, reducing waste and minimising use of precious virgin resources.

According to Marchi & Fildi, Ecotec yarns can be used creatively in the production of new fashion fabric collections for wovens, knitwear, circular knits, jersey & hosiery by designers.

Marchi & Fildi also offers the possibility to supply customised colours and yarns in partnership projects through its R&D centre, where new ideas and applications are created to meet market and customer demands.

Additionally, Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi will also debut at Filo in Milan, where it will present its first Innovations collection for the next A/W 2017-2018, created by its dedicated international team.

Marchi & Fildi produces cotton yarns for the textile industry, providing a vast and specialised colour supply for a wide range of types and styles of yarn.

Ecotec yarns are Oeko-Tex 100, Global Recycled Standard (GRS), ISO 9000:2008 and Traceability & Fashion (TF) certified. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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