Sensil®’s sustainability advantage comes through in its EcoCare recycled products, made from pre-consumer waste, reducing impact on the environment and providing fine denier, high-quality fabrics that last and last.
Production of Sensil® EcoCare recycled yarns uses a highly efficient recycling process that significantly reduces CO2 and energy and water consumption. Fabrics and garments of Sensil EcoCare are as comfortable, soft and resilient as they are eco-friendly.
Consumers who invest in clothing made of Sensil® premium fabrics are making an eco-friendly choice for garments that stay new-looking and last longer, and are less likely to be thrown out and end up in landfills.
Sensil® EcoCare comes in a wide variety of yarns for topweight wovens, bottomweight wovens, warp knits, circular knits, seamless, hosiery. These sustainable yarns have excellent dye uptake and
natural touch. Plus, Sensil® EcoCare Breeze offers a special cooling effect with a dry, silky hand.
Lingerie, underwear, shapewear, activewear, base layer, hosiery, socks, jeanswear, sportswear, outerwear
High-quality recycled Nylon granules beautifully retain the yarn properties of virgin fibers. The production process minimizes waste, reduces energy consumption, and conserves valuable natural resources.
Mills that use Sensil® EcoCare yarns provide their brand and retail partners with unique, environmentally responsible products that meet the sustainability and style needs of today’s young consumers. From the softest supermicro warp knits to the most complex engineered seamless compression garments, Sensil® EcoCare premium Nylon 6.6 offers a breadth of selection and global
availability unmatched in the market today.
Consumers who invest in clothing made of Sensil® premium fabrics are making a sustainable, intelligent choice. These garments stay new-looking, last longer, and are less likely to end up in landfills.
ENERGY AND WATER SAVINGS
Sensil® EcoCare is certified by SCS as a pre-consumer recycled fiber. Sensil® EcoCare complies with the Global Recycled Standard.
NILIT® polymers meet the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 for textile products that pose no risk to health.
* The calculation used for the mass/energy balance modeling was taken from the ISO 14044.
* The base data regarding virgin polymer is taken from Polyamide 6.6 (PA6.6) Plastics Europe publication-February 2014.