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Sustainable fashion

 2019 Pascale takes approach to sustainable fashion

Working in the apparel industry and producing products for beach travelers has prompted us to make a commitment to preserve our beach spaces and ocean life.  We are making a transition to reduce the environmental impact through our commitment to use recyclable fabrics and projects to clean up the coastline. 

Econyl sustainable approach to fashion

We  bring new sustainable products through valuable partnerships

Starting 2019 year, we are making the transition to u sing fabrics made of regenerated nylon fibers that are produced from plastics, fabric scraps and other nylon waste.
We aim to connect with local communities to build awareness programs with education on reducing plastic use and collecting plastic along the coast line.

As an apparel company, we understand the pollution impact that is generated by manufacturers. Our solid color swimwear is made from high quality fabrics produced from plastics, fishing nets and fabric scraps. The fabrics that are produced with ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon fibbers turn the waste problem into exceptional fashion. The fabric yarn is made by recovering nylon waste – such as fishing nets from the oceans and aquaculture, fabric scraps from mills and carpets that are destined for landfill. Propriety technology methods allows Aquafill to turn scraps into high quality virgin nylon yarn.

ECONYL® is infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It’s exactly the same as virgin nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remolded infinitely. That means that new products are created without ever having to use a new resources.
By working closely alongside our suppliers, we are developing a cooperative relationship based on transparency and shared commitment to sustainability.
That means that new products are created without ever having to use a new resources.
Let’s keep the ocean clean to preserve it for future generations.

econyl recoveres goast fishing nets

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