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'Repreve' is now certified by Scientific Certification Systems
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Jul '08
Unifi Inc uses post-consumer waste, but they also utilize their own pre-consumer waste in the production of Repreve, doing more as a manufacturer to help conserve natural resources. Repreve offsets the need to reproduce virgin polyester. For every 1 lb. of Repreve yarn, the equivalent to 0.5 gallons of gasoline is conserved.

Recycled Yarns. Made better. Unifi has engineered a yarn that adheres to the same first quality standards as Unifi's virgin polyester. The 100% recycled content of Repreve is now certified by Scientific Certification Systems, Inc. (SCS), a leading third-party provider of certification, auditing and testing services, and standards.

Recycled Yarns. Made easier. Repreve is the recycled product you can use the same as virgin polyester, with the same performance. And now, Unifi has made Repreve available worldwide- the perfect solution for customers using split or balanced sourcing strategies, to maintain program quality and consistency no matter where a product is manufactured.

Recycled Yarns. Made to perform. As part of Unifi's aio (all-in-one performance) yarn family, Unifi can permanently engineer the benefits of Sorbtek moisture management and/or Reflexx performance stretch within Repreve, resulting in a 100% recycled yarn with permanent performance. Repreve is flexible so you can use it as 100% or in combination with other fibers.

To learn more about how Repreve is engineered to be different, please visit Unifi at booth #62021 at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2007, which will be held August 9-12, 2008 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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