Building sustainable brands, creating naturally sustainable products
Fabric & Material
InResST is a low-carbon, environmentally friendly company that focuses on the feasibility research, development, production and promotion of ocean plastics used in textiles.
It recycled nylon staple fiber products are using derived from ghost fishing nets, generated by deep-sea fishery activities. Then produced by a Low-carbon factory.
Its performance is very similar to virgin nylon and can be directly applied to all types of yarns and fabrics.
InResST is the only company in China that have passed the GRS certification and applied the slicing by 100% recycled post—consume nylon fishing nets to the textile industry.
Nextevo’s business transforms agricultural waste, such as pineapple leaves, in Southeast Asia at scale into value-added products. It has a zero waste policy and endeavors to utilize all waste including the leftover residues during production process.
Nextevo collaborate with OLC to developing Sustainable fabric development for luxury & premium brands.
Earth Protex Platforms is comprised of Tex2Tex™ , Agrefined™ and Upspun™.
Tex2Tex™ is a suite of textile to textile recycling solutions for pre and post consumer textile waste. Agrefined™ is a closed-loop modular biorefinery conversion technology for upgrading non-food biomass into high value industrial and consumer goods applications. Upspun™ is a family of hybrid yarn constructions, that upgrades mechanically recycled and agriculture waste derived fibers, delivering high efficiency production and lasting cutting-edge performance including moisture management, fiber shedding reduction, and easy care attributes.
Earth Protex Platforms had won the “Nobel Prize of Sustainable Fashion” and achieved awards, accolades from UNESCO, European Commission Horizon Grant, USPTO.
Sonovia apply Ultrasonic cavitation jet-streams——chemistry guns to dyeing & finishing. The key merits of this tecnology is extreme durability & performance while using low chemistry concentrations.
Sonovia solve the textile industry's most acute problem - the massive pollution caused by outdated dyeing & finishing.