October 1, 2020
SAYA Sustainable Fiber: Inspired by Adversity
Engineers knew they had an opportunity to make a positive impact beyond the end of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. With the goal of perfecting and introducing new recycling technology for the textile industry, they did not allow themselves to be distracted. The result is a new collection of recycled fibers derived from fabric scrap and overruns, redefining what’s possible in textile renewal.
“We understand the critical role we play as a manufacturer in the supply chain as it relates to sustainability,” states Mike Shih of SAYA. “Being the most basic component and the first decision made during the textile and garment development process gives us the opportunity to make a positive change that can have an impact up the ladder and across all industries using textiles.”
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