Recover™ transforms textile waste into sustainable recycled fibers, closing the loop on fashion.

Circular fashion for all

Recover™ transforms textile waste into sustainable recycled fibers, closing the loop on fashion.

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France’s new eco-labeling law

France’s new eco-labeling law

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DL1961 x Perfect Moment ft Recover™

DL1961 x Perfect Moment

We introduce DL1961 x Perfect Moment’s responsibly made skiwear collection – made with 20% Recover™ recycled fiber.

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Recover™ supports Textiles 2030’s

Recover™ supports Textiles 2030

Textiles 2030 is WRAP’s award-winning UK-based initiative working to move the UK fashion and textile industries towards circularity.

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Collaborations

As experts in sustainability, we are the preferred partner to educate about circular fashion, as demonstrated by our brand collaborations with leaders in the fashion industry.

Our process

You might see waste, we see circular solutions.

Textile waste is our raw material, and we use it to create high quality recycled cotton fiber. Innovative technologies like Recover™ have the capability to turn textile waste (industrial waste and used garments) into high-quality recycled fibers that can be used again to create new garments, closing the loop on fashion.

Products

Best in class Recover™ fiber made from unblended recycled cotton fiber, suitable for overdyeing, using minimal solvents and water.

Our most valuable proprietary system. Recover™ recycled cotton fibers are blended with other carriers' fibers that have been low- impact dyed to create new fibers, in a full spectrum of unique colors and at the lowest environmental cost.

Sustainability

Low-impact, high-quality cotton fiber.

We are committed to achieving circular fashion for all and we promote circular design with supply chain and brand partners. Using Recover™ recycled cotton fibers drastically reduces the environmental impact of cotton garments and is an essential strategy to achieve the ambitious climate targets that the industry has set for 2030.