Recycled, natural and organic fibres
Sustainable yarns are produced by selecting specific raw materials that reduce environmental and social impact.
This category includes yarns made from recycled, natural and organic fibres, mixed for eco-design purposes and obtained or made in accordance with specific sustainability standards.
Find out about sustainable and environmentally friendly yarns
Sustainable yarns include products made from natural, artificial fibres, but also synthetic fibres that have a low environmental and social impact and are made in accordance with strict quality standards. Natural fibres such as organic cotton, flax and hemp therefore fall into this category.
Artificial fibres such as TENCEL™ Lyocell, TENCEL™ Modal, SeaCell™ and Refibra™, which are all made using a patented closed-loop process, are also among the raw materials used for making sustainable yarns
Finally, biosynthetic materials such as Sorona® polyester, made partly from maize, and Amni® Soul Eco biodegradable polyamide can be mixed with other ecological fibres, resulting in innovative high-performance green yarns.
Focus on eco-design
Sustainable yarns are made from recycled, natural and organic fibres obtained or made in accordance with specific standards and possibly mixed for eco-design purposes.
This important aspect means that the products placed on the market biodegrade faster or can be recycled more easily at the end of their life cycle.
Look at the other yarn types
Find out about the properties of the various yarn types we produce to choose the textile fibre that best suits your needs.