Recycle of cashmere

24 August 2017

One of the ways to reduce the impact of production is cashmere to be recycled.
The practice of cashmere recycling dates back hundreds of years ago.
After sweats were so worn that they could not be worn, they were harvested and shredded into individual fibers, then converted into blankets. Here's how recycled cashmere uses the same procedure.
Thanks to modern quality controls, cashmere is subjected to careful and meticulous sorting processes.
By selecting and mixing the colors of woolen fabrics and garments, we can completely eliminate the dyeing process, thus saving water and chemicals and without having to manage the resulting wastewater.

In addition, the use of recycled cashmere reduces intensive exploitation of grazing land for sheep.
Cashmere recycling also reduces the amount of waste and waste produced, which in turn results in a limited use of landfills and the reduction of toxic incinerators emissions. Cashmere products that can no longer be used because they are too worn may find a new life through tissue reversal and help reduce air, water and soil pollution.