Sustainability and Innovation – Clean Energy and Eco-Friendly Fabrics

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The textile industry has undergone a major transformation in sustainability and environmental protection in recent years. Now, the fashion world aims to be in harmony not only with elegance, but also with nature and the environment. In this transformation, the concepts of sustainability and innovation have been placed at the center of the textile industry.

The biggest role in this change belongs to sustainable fabrics. Innovations such as Tencel/Cotton laces, recycled polyamide and polyester fabrics support the textile industry’s search for environmentally friendly and sustainable materials. These fabrics stand out with their durability and eco-friendly features. They also fit in perfectly with today’s fashion trends.

Lila Lace Fabric

Our Lilacell and Relife collections will impress you with eco-friendly fabrics and the use of clean energy. Investments in clean energy and biofuel boilers help us run our business in an environmentally friendly way.

In addition, we have certificates related to the environment. These include strong certifications such as STeP by OEKO-TEX®, ISO 50001, GRS, RCS and HIGG. These certificates prove that our products and processes comply with sustainability standards. And we have I-REC certificate: Green Energy Certificate is an internationally valid, transparent and traceable certificate that certifies that the energy used in the company is from renewable sources.

We are not only embracing sustainability, we are also making this principle a fundamental part of our business.

The textile industry is no longer limited to making clothing products, but is also on a mission to make the world a greener place. Sustainability and innovation are the keywords that shape the future of textiles. These words are not only a fashion trend, but also an expression of lifestyle and environmental responsibility. Welcome to the green revolution of textiles!

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