A PATENTED PROCESS
UPCYCLING AND SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION
The Nazena method is a patented process of upcycling and innovability – sustainable innovation.
It allows us to recover up to 100% of textile fibers and obtain a resistant material that can be shaped according to customer preferences.
IT’S NOT JUST RECYCLING:
The waste product or material that has exhausted its original function comes back into play with a new look, a new feature and even with a higher added value.
This is our product upcycling.
Innovability (innovation + sustainability) means putting technological innovation at the service of sustainability.
Our business practices are all environmentally, economically and socially conscious.
Our goal is to spread a model of innovation and sustainability in companies of the textile industry.
1. WE COLLECT POST-INDUSTRIAL AND POST-USE TEXTILE WASTE
TEXTILE COMPANIES: we recover the production waste that is currently sent to landfill
COOPERATIVES AND ASSOCIATIONS: we recover those garments that can no longer be resold nor reused because of their poor condition
2. WE SANITIZE AND SELECT THE MATERIAL
We carefully select the material separating it by composition and colouring
We eliminate any possible application: buttons, metal parts, sequins and more
3. WE FRAY THE MATERIAL
Garments or production scraps are exhausted so that they return to being fibers of different lengths
4. WE WORK THE FIBERS WITH NATURAL ADHESIVES
Our patented process excludes any use of polluting chemicals
5. WE CREATE VARIOUS PRODUCT CONCEPTS
From packaging to furniture, from objects to acoustic panels.
The finished product is formed directly or assembled
NAZENA, A PATENTED PROCESS: THE MATERIALS
WHICH FIBERS CAN WE RECYCLE?
EMPLOYED MATERIALS – STANDARD
- natural fibers: cotton, wool, viscose, silk
- synthetic fibers: polyester, nylon, elastomer
EMPLOYED MATERIALS – CUSTOM
Not just ordinary textile waste…
We believe in sustainable innovation and are constantly engaged in R&D activity on the most complex materials provided by our customers.
Some examples? Hides, polyaminate materials, membranes, and much more.
WANT TO KNOW WHAT WE CAN CREATE WITH OUR MATERIAL?