PIW recycled cotton also known as Post Industrial Waste recycled cotton is a type of cotton material that is created by recycling post-industrial waste (PIW) cotton. PIW recycled cotton refers to the cotton waste & scrap that are generated during the manufacturing process of spinning & weaving.
The PIW recycled cotton is collected, sorted, and processed into a new fiber that is then used for spinning of yarn for use in the production of textiles. This process helps to reduce waste and conserve resources, making PIW recycled cotton a more sustainable alternative to traditional cotton production.
PIW recycled cotton is often used in the production of a variety of textile products, including clothing, and home textiles. Its properties such as softness & breathability is same as conventional cotton, but its more eco-friendly and sustainable.
By utilizing PIW recycled cotton in the production of textiles, the amount of waste generated during the manufacturing process can be reduced, leading to a decrease in energy and water usage, as well as a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. This makes PIW recycled cotton an attractive option for consumers who are looking to reduce their environmental impact while still enjoying high-quality, comfortable, and stylish textile products.
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