“Thanks to C.L.A.S.S.’s support and to a thorough sharing based on philosophy and commitment in the field of business and responsible industry, today we are witnessing the presentation of a new dimension of Re.Verso smart-wool yarns by Filatura C4, which can be used in the contract market,” said Alessio Catani, managing director at Filatura C4.
The Re.Verso collection is mainly employed in contract and home furnishing. The product is available in a range of counts going from 5,000 to 9,500 Nm and it can be supplied both in singles and in twisted plies.
As to show the strong significance of this project within the new realm of circular economy, this innovative collection was chosen by Heimtextil for two particularly prominent initiatives - Green Tour and Green Directory 2017.
Green Tour is a voyage across the smartest solutions presented at the exhibition, led by Max Gilgenmann (consultant for sustainability in the textile industry and fashion). Heimtextil’s organisation selected the premium producers in the field of responsible innovation to take part in two separate tours on January 11th and 12th.
Green Directory 2017 is an exclusive selection of sustainable products for home décor and furnishing, presented at the Theme Park. The visitors are provided with a platform of products that unveils new textile trends at the park.
Re.Verso textile platform works together with its textile partners to produce a fully integrated, 100 per cent ‘Made in Italy’ textile collection with a dynamic brand new approach to production that makes Re.Verso products unique in look, feel and responsibility, with fully traceable materials and processes used throughout its whole supply chain.
The Re.Verso system helps Filatura C4 to offer quality products with low environmental impact through the use of pre-consumer wool packaging cuts, which are collected, selected and processed in an accredited, fully transparent and traceable way.
Re.Verso is the brand of a new, fully transparent, certified and traceable Italian textile system intended for wool and cashmere. The integrated supply chain can boast incredible savings in terms of energy (-76 per cent), water (-89 per cent) and CO2 emissions (-96 per cent), as certified by the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) study led by PRIMA Q. (KD)
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