Synthetic fibers are the most popular fibers in the world – it’s estimated that synthetics account for about 65% of world production versus 35% for natural fibers. Most synthetic fibers (approximately 70%) are made from polyester, and the polyester most often used in textiles is polyethylene terephthalate (PET). The majority of the world’s PET production – about 60% – is used to make fibers for textiles; about 30% is used to make bottles. It’s estimated that it takes about 104 million barrels of oil for PET production each year – that’s 70 million barrels just to produce the virgin polyester used in fabrics..
Offering our fabrics to the fabrics shops and growing fashion/home decor businesses will give solutions and unique products that not only are good for business but mostly for the environment. Force the textile industries by creating a high demand for sustainable fabrics to change their aims from purely economical to ecological.