RECYCLED FABRICS by Jover | Recycled fabrics and circular economy
All manufacturing processes involve an environmental cost. Traditionally the economy has been linear, of "using and dispose".
- raw materials are obtained,
- products are manufactured,
- are used,
- and once its useful life is over, they are discarded.
Circular economy is a strategy that aims to optimize materials and waste, extending its useful life through reuse, repair and recycling.
- raw materials are obtained by recycling,
- products are manufactured, while reducing the consumption of water and energy source
- are used,
- are recycled, to start a new production
Jover is following, in some of its new tissue collections, the strategy of the circular economy, producing, using, and recycling to re-produce.
Using recycled and recyclable raw materials. The origin of the recycled raw material is certified by Global Recycled Standard (G.R.S).
We mainly use Polyester fiber obtained from the recycling of PET bottles. Also cotton fiber obtained from the recycling of fabrics and used garments.
All raw materials used are recyclable, so once used they can be reused to produce new raw material.