Let’s face it: the textile and fashion industry has a huge environmental footprint. We at Usha Yarns believe that what is good for the planet is also good for your business.
By using pre-consumer garment cutting waste and polyester made from recycled PET bottles to produce a quality recylced pre-dyed yarns, we make a sustainable product with a significantly reduced environmental footprint at a lower cost.
As the demand for sustainable textile is increasing, fashion brands are discovering a competitive advantage in recycled materials for their garments to save environment and improve the bottom line.
We found our inspiration in Steve Labonte’s words; “Recycling is a concern both human and divine”.
Which means that everything on Earth is connected. Whether it is water, air, soil, nutrients, minerals, gases, or microorganisms, nature has been recycling everything in a precise ecological balance that has been occurring for all of our planet’s history. These processes ensure that all of life on Earth is sustained and humanity has an important role to play in being the caretaker of our planet.
As citizens of Planet Earth, we at Usha Yarns understand that recycling waste and creating a closed loop industrial system is a key component of having a sustainable world and a sustainable business aligned with nature.
Our regenerated knitting yams are cotton rich and available in a wide range of colors in 72 shades. They are available in a wide count range…
Our weaving yarns are eco-friendly, made from recycled fibers, and are available in 72 shades of colors, as well in both coarse and fine counts…
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