HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED HOW COTTON IS RECYCLED?
Then have a look at our brief video, with which we will give you a bit of insight. Please remember to like the video if you would like us to keep sharing stuff like this.
Two most common ways of recycling in India
• Saving scraps from the CMT (cut-make-trim) process. BUT as scraps from other countries are also used, you need to be very careful not to use scraps containing harmful AZO dyestuff. The big pieces are used for weaving rugs, and the small pieces are shredded and respun.
• Open End Yarns (OE yarns) from local spinning mills. As the use of harmful AZO dye is banned in India, these are safe to use.
Did you notice the guys mixing black, white and yellow fibers? This is how they make melange with yarndyed scraps ☺