Sustainability to preserve the future
Recycling is a great way to help the environment and reduce your carbon footprint. But did you know that recycling has many more advantages besides helping the environment? In this blog we will talk about the traceability of recycling, how it helps sustainable development and the way in which we give a second life to our textile waste. At BDA we are committed to creating a methodology in which raw materials are wasted as little as possible. For some time now we have been developing a process in which we avoid throwing away the residual fabrics that are left by the development of garments.
Currently we do not generate waste of this type, being all recycled by companies like Texciclo, which give it a second chance; They remove them to later process them, reuse the fibers and select them, then turn them into pieces such as cleaning cloth, hammocks, curtains, and threads for different uses.
Also, the waste that comes out is used for recycled paper pulp, which gives it greater resistance and thickness, making it an excellent option for the development of a sustainable stationery with its own style.
Throughout this process, the details are not left to chance, we start from a meticulous study of the fabrics, cutting molds with automated machines and with great precision to make the most of all the volume.
When waste is recycled, it can be traced back to its source. This means that if something goes wrong with an item during production or shipping, the manufacturer may be able to find out where the problem occurred and fix it before further damage is done. This saves both manufacturers and consumers time and money.
Benefits of generating this type of process
By including these methodologies in our production line, we ensure that we work with excellent and technically qualified suppliers globally. This allows us to obtain unique certifications within the field, in addition to generating a circular economy, in which all parties benefit in every way.
Recycling also helps us track our progress towards the sustainable development goals. These objectives include the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, low energy use within the plant and decreased use of renewable energy. When you recycle a product made from plastic or fabric, you save that product from ending up in landfills and reduce its carbon footprint, making it easier for all of us to meet our sustainability goals.