Personal Protective Clothing

In 2020 world work wear market is worth US$8.8 billion and by the year 2025 it will be worth US$12.3 billion and it grows at an average CAGR of 6.9%. Most protective clothing is made of cotton and increasingly of less degradable synthetic fibers o polymers such as aramids and polyimides. If those garments use recycled fabrics and get onto a circular mode the contribution will be immense to our environment.

A Dual Assurance of Sustainability and Safety

Recycled personal protective clothing is protective clothing manufactured from recycled materials, either from recycled items or reprocessed waste. Recycled personal protective clothing has a lower environmental impact and uses less resources than conventional protective clothing.


Recycled fabrics are materials made by recycling and reprocessing waste or old clothing, offering the following benefits: environment friendly Save resources lower carbon footprint


The application of recycled fabrics in personal protective clothing has a wide range of possibilities, including but not limited to the following: Protective clothing and face shields Gloves and Shoe Covers Safety glasses and earmuffs