At SplashbyLo we firmly believe that change toward a more sustainable textile industry is possible. We offer ideas that are environmentally responsible and we help our clients to create sustainable swimwear collections. The future is in the hands of businesses that put sustainability and creativity first.
Learn more about our line of recycled fabrics and become part of the change.
Production of recycled polyester is better for the climate, creating 75% less CO2 emissions than virgin polyester. Recycled polyester is simply polyester that is produced from recycled sources: PET bottles, polyester from industrial waste, and even from clothing garments.
Our printing process for polyester is environmentally conscious given that, in addition to being a dry print (without using water), the dyes that we use are ecological and certified.
87% Recycled Pe13% Ea
Woven fabric, non-stretch,
geared toward mens swimwear.
47% Recycled Pe53% Pe virgen
-75% CO2 Emissions*
*Than virgin polyester production.
“Coral” is the name of our knit fabric made of 100% recycled polyamide. Made with recycled thread (Q-NOVA Nylon 6.6), and produced from residues from the company’s main production cycle.
A mechanically regenerative system that permits us to do without the use of chemical materials for fiber manufacture.
80% Recycled Pa20% Ea
Q-Nova environmentally friendly nylon 6.6 fiber that meets precise traceability requirements.
-80% CO2 Emissions
-90% Water consumption*
*That virgin polyamide production.
Textiles produced with Ecovero viscose, a fiber certified as ecological by the European Union for fulfilling high environmental standards throughout its lifecycle, from the extraction of raw materials to its production, distribution and elimination.
These articles can be identified firmly within the final product, assuring that your purchase contains genuine Ecovero viscose fibers.
Kilometer 0 in the production and supply chain
All of our recycled fabrics are woven and printed nearby, contributing to the reduction of factors connected to pollution and global warming.