DUVALTEX
CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES®

Biodegradable* and Ocean Waste

We created CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES® because, at Duvaltex, we believe that performance should never be limited by sustainability and that you shouldn’t have to choose between beauty and durability. That’s why we reuse discarded materials and reduce waste, setting new benchmarks for our industry. We set the highest standards in design and materials we use and continue to create and innovate so that together we can make a difference for our planet.

 

INTRODUCING TIDAL AND POSEIDON

Tidal and Poseidon combine texture and tone in patterns that draw on our affinity for the ocean. Both include oceanic waste as part of their material structure, converting plastics into wool-like fabrics that add depth and sophistication to these eco-conscious designs. Use them together or separately to explore a new kind of sea change, where technology and material innovation are fused with tactile comfort to create environments where we feel both nurtured and inspired.

Introducing Tidal and Poseidon, Designed for the way we live today

*Rate and extend of biogradation into elements found in nature is 91% after 1,278 days under ASTM D5511 (Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastic Materials Under High Solids Anaerobic Digestion Conditions). The test was done with the same component (PET) polyester and biocatalyst additive. No evidence of further degradation.
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55 million pounds of synthetic plastic textiles are sent to landfills every day in the U.S. alone. 1
Only 1% of all synthetic and plastic-based textiles are eventually fully recycled. 2

1) Advancing Sustainable Materials Management 2013, U.S. Environmental Agency. TextilesExchange.org Preferred Fiber Market Report 2016
2) According the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 15% of textiles are reused/recycled at the first cycle, 7% at the second cycle and 1% at the third cycle. This results in 99% of our textiles eventually being landfilled.

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