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Reusing scraps and lint

Reused fibers from cutting scraps

Cutting scraps from garment manufacturers, defective yarns from the spinning stage, and raw waste fibers from spinning and weaving plants are collected and sent to a recycling plant and processed to make cotton yarn.

The textile waste is cut into large pieces and placed into five stripping machines, from large to small, to process it into cotton fibers.

The fibers are then compressed and hardened, and sent to spinning mills.

Reused fibers from products

Instead of throwing away unneeded or B-grade products, they are processed, turned into fibers, and spun into yarn.

In addition to collecting lint and fibers from spinning and weaving plants, they are collected from garment manufacturers and consumers. Unused and surplus inventories from manufacturer and consumer warehouses are also collected. The collected materials are then run through the recycling process to turn them into fibers.

This is mainly colored cotton fiber but its mixing ratio is not 100% cotton. Because it is recycled fiber, it is called “colored cotton”, and is sent to spinning factories to produce dyed cotton yarn.

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