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Recycled yarn part of Meryl sustainability programme Nateo

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Nov '19
Pic: Nylstar
Pic: Nylstar
Meryl Recycled is re-using post-production waste to create completely new raw material for yarn production. The environmentally friendly yarn can be produced with 50 to 100 per cent of recycled raw materials and complies Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification. The high quality and performance are maintained together with exceptional touch of Meryl yarns.

Since 1950, Meryl is the leader of premium nylon 6.6 branded yarns, produced by Nylstar in Blanes. Nylstar has been producing the highest quality yarns from the same location along the Costa Brava in Spain.

The Meryl brand is based on 3 core qualities: touch, quality and sustainability. The brand is world-renowned for its exceptional touch, with a long heritage in women's fashion, particularly for garments which are in close contact with the skin.

Meryl is dedicated to reducing the negative impact from the textile sector on the environment, providing its knowledge in developing sustainable yarns.

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