"8 million tons of waste end up in our seas every single year.
640 thousand tons of fishing nets are abandoned at the bottom of the ocean. (data sourced from FAO and UNEP)

Such alarming data tell us that, unless the situation changes, by 2050 our seas may contain more garbage than fish.
We need to change our approach radically, cohabiting with Nature in the best possible way, and considering the importance of a limited resource such as water. We need to be more deeply aware of this situation and change our mentality completely."


The ECOYNL regeneration process starts with rescuing waste such as a fishing nets, fabric scraps, ghost lines, carpet flooring, and industrial plastic all over the world that would otherwise become ocean pollution. The waste is then sorted and cleaned to recover as much nylon as possible. 


Through a regeneration and purification process, the nylon waste is recycled back to its purest form of nylon. It is exactly the same as fossil nylon but, with a drastically lower eco-footprint.


ECOYNL is then processed into regenerate nylon to create a durable, long lasting fabric with the potential to continue being recycled infinitely. 

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