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Libolon receives 'Global Recycle Standard' certificate

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Feb '10
LIBOLON became the first company in Taiwan to receive the Global Recycle Standard (GRS) certificate issued by the Control Union in February 2010.

This reconfirms the transparency of LIBOLON's RePET - plastic bottle recycling program. It also verifies that LIBOLON's RePET material source comes from 100% recycled bottles and the whole process, including waste water treatment and chemical usage, meets the standards of Oekotex 100, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and International Labour Organisation (ILO).

Products covered by the certification and verification include:-
1. Chips made with recycled polyester – 100% post consumer
2. Drawing textured yarn made with recycled polyester – 100% post consumer
3. Filaments made with 100% recycled polyester

Certificate details are as follow:-
Certificate No. C813095GRS – 01-2010
Registration No. CU813095

The concept of environmental protection is high embraced by citizens of the world and the thirst for 'green” products are driving the demand by consumers all over the world. This is fueling the increase of orders for RePET by LIBOLON. In 2009, orders for RePET yarns reached 1323 tons and textiles 1,640,000 yards.

With the GRS certification, LIBOLON can ensure its downstream customers the world over, that the RePET products they purchase is 100% “green”.

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