Tienda

LAUREN COLLECTION

Composition 54% rCO, 23% CO, 18% PES, 4% LI, 1% OF
Width 290 cm
Weigth 215 gr/m²
Recycled percentage 50% recycled

Designs:

 

Description

LAUREN INTENS 31 tablecloth
POLO 100 napkins

LAUREN INTENS 4 tablecloth
LAINEN 45 napkins
LAINEN 17 placemat

LAUREN LIBRE 31 tablecloth
LAINEN 82 napkins

LAUREN LIBRE 5 tablecloth
RETAN 162 napkins

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF
USING RECYCLED FIBERS

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF USING RECYCLED FIBERS

RECYCLED COTTON

62% less energy consumption than conventional cotton

55% reduction in water consumption compared to conventional cotton

Conventional cotton uses about 16% of the world’s insecticides and 7% of pesticides

35% reduction in greenhouse gas and CO2 emissions in the atmosphere

62% less energy consumption than conventional cotton

55% reduction in water consumption compared to conventional cotton

Conventional cotton uses 16% of the world’s insecticides and pesticides

35% reduction in greenhouse gas and CO2 emissions in the atmosphere

SUSTAINABLE LINEN

There is no waste. All parts of the flax plant are used.

The cultivation of flax requires less water than other natural fibres.

Flax requires less pesticides, herbicides and fungicides than other natural fibres.

Linen garments are more resistant and durable than other materials.

There is no waste. All parts of the flax plant are used.

The cultivation of flax requires less water than other natural fibres.

Flax requires less pesticides, herbicides and fungicides than other natural fibres.

Linen garments are more resistant and durable than other materials.

RECYCLED POLYESTER

The energy needed to make the rPET is less than what is needed to make the virgin polyester

Using recycling polyester to produce new fabrics prevents it from going to landfill or oceans

Using more recycled PET reduces our dependence on virgin petroleum as a raw material

Fabrics created from recycled polyester can be recycled again and again with no degradation of quality, minimising wastage

The energy needed to make the rPET is less than what is needed to make the virgin polyester

Using recycling polyester to produce new fabrics prevents it from going to landfill or oceans

Using more recycled PET reduces our dependence on virgin petroleum as a raw material

Fabrics created from recycled polyester can be recycled again and again with no degradation of quality, minimising wastage