August 4, 2021
The Journey To Circularity
TEXTILE INSIGHT MAGAZINE July/August 2021 – With the launch of the Rscuw Project, and Saya’s recognition of material waste as a valuable resource, the company continues to clear a pathway to more eco-conscious advancements. In fact, work is already underway creating pilot projects to renew pre-consumer cutting scraps and overstock with key strategic brands.
SAYA Cutting Edge Renewal of Overstock Fabric to New Yarn
TEXTILE INSIGHT MAGAZINE July/August 2021 – Saya is doing more to promote circularity while doing less harm to the environment. By expanding sources of recycled fiber and innovating responsible manufacturing processes Saya leads the way to a more sustainable future. Saya is in the business of renewal. What that means is that Saya is always […]
April 12, 2021
SAYA FIBER RENEWAL TECHNOLOGY
Textile Industry cutting scrap accounts for up to 30% of yardage used. SAYA is recycling this left over scrap back into polyester fiber to be used again.
March 22, 2021
Fibre! Fibre! Burning Bright
FIBER2FASHION | Subir Ghosh – Experts and observers are unanimous in that the two mainstay fibres, cotton and polyester, will not go away any time soon. New fibres will find acceptance, recycling/circularity will gather steam and scaleup to a point where they would be industrial sense, and many of the discarded traditional fibres will make a comeback, but not with enough firepower to dislodge the Big Two.
March 17, 2021
See SAYA at Outdoor Retailer
SAYA, a new brand of recycled fibers is showing at Winter Outdoor Retailer online.
February 4, 2021
Stopping the Flow
Tons of plastic end up in the sea every year and hundreds of thousands of pieces of plastic waste now float in every area of the oceans. Coastal regions are major contributors to this problem; According to recent statistics, 80 percent of ocean plastics originate from these locales.
January 18, 2021
SAYA Turns Deadstock Into High-Tech Fiber
While turning plastic bottles into performance fibers is a well-practiced and planet-friendly manufacturing process, one textile manufacturer in that eco-sphere has more to offer when it comes to sustainability. Textile giant SAYA is converting scraps, overruns and leftover fabric (deadstock) into recycled fibers to pave the way to a greener planet.
October 28, 2020
SUSTON: Achieving Sustainability with Synthetic Fibers
One of the most eco-certified recycled synthetic fibers on the planet, Chromuch, is the…
October 20, 2020
SAYA Recycles Fabric Scrap & Overstock into Performance Fiber
RELEASE: October 20, 2020 – SAYA Rscuw Launched at Annual Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show (TITAS)
October 19, 2020
Taking polyester recycling beyond bottles – SAYA Rscuw
TEXTILE INSIGHT EXTRA October 19, 2020 – Forgotten and hidden away in warehouses across the globe are millions of yards of overstock fabric, estimated to be 15% of the fabric produced annually. In addition, cutting scrap, an inevitable part of garment manufacturing, results in up to 25% wastage per yard.
October 9, 2020
Textiles recycling gaining global investments
RECYCLING TODAY October 10, 2020 – Projects in locations ranging from Pennsylvania to Taiwan are targeting landfill diversion options for…
October 8, 2020
SAYA debuts with a focus on enhanced textile recycling
RELEASE: October 8, 2020 – SAYA Innovating Renewal Technologies Beyond Plastic Bottles
October 1, 2020
SAYA Sustainable Fiber: Inspired by Adversity
TEXTILE INSIGHT MAGAZINE October 1, 2020 – An opportunity to make a positive impact
Synthetic Fiber Maker Chromuch Teams With Promostyl For 2021 Color Guide
Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash…