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Haco Etiquetas launches Nature Line

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Apr '08
Haco Etiquetas has just launched a line of products obtained from ecologically correct techniques and raw materials: Nature.

The line's products are recycled polyester, wool yarns, linen (photo) and cotton bamboo that translate the concept of a safe, balanced and environmentally sustainable planet. Learn a little more about the new Nature Line:

Recycled Polyester – Following the world trend for preserving the environment, Brazil has a prominent position in the ranking of the main recyclers of polyester in the world. The material provides comfort, soft touch, fast drying, durability and resistance.

Wool Yarns – Yarn obtained from sheep and lamb. This is the most traditional line.

Even with the technological advances in manufacturing artificial yarns, the quality of wool, a sustainable raw material, remains unbeatable.

The absence of chemical processes in yarn composition is the greatest differential, reducing aggression to nature.

Linen – Linen's long fibers result in a highly resistant and durable material with a chic, artisanal look. The simple look of the yarn privileges material regularity and texture, making Linen, like every natural fiber, predominate over synthetic materials, exalting the product's rustic look.

Cotton-Bamboo – The benefits of cotton and bamboo fibers were joined for this product. The possibility of natural dyeing is one of the differentials of labels produced from cotton.

Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association


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