Bionic Yarn: Using Recycled Plastic Bottles To Make Fabric

Bionic Yarn: Using Recycled Plastic Bottles To Make Fabric

Textile manufacturing company promotes sustainable clothing by using waste as its raw material.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 july 2010

Bionic Yarn is a New York-based textile manufacturing company that uses recycled plastic beverage bottles as a raw material to produce premium yarns and fabrics that are used in making backpacks, luggage, handbags and various kinds of apparel for some of the leading fashion houses such as Moncler, Gap and Mountain Hardware.

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