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Sustainability

WEAVING A BETTER FUTURE

Majotech
for the planet

We strongly believe in a sustainable economy and the total respect of the environment, taking a careful look at the key resources of our
planet.

In a normal fabric production and finishing cycle, water is certainly the most commonly used resource. Starting from here, NT Majocchi invested in the development of an alternative method to traditional dyeing, with the aim of drastically reducing water consumption.
From this need and subsequent research
WATER ZERO® is born, a new process of
pigmentation with very little use of water.

In addition, we produce a large series of fabrics
realized with recycled yarns, that are
subsequently dyed with WATER ZERO® cycle,
for a totally sustainable process.

For us, style and design have to speak the
language of sustainability, helping to build a
better future for all of us.

Sustainability for our future. We developed a technology to dye our fabrics with 66% of water saving in the whole dying cycle. Noteworthy improvements are also in the use of resources, both renewable and non-renewable, and equally positive are the values on the total processing cycle in relation to the CO2 levels that cause climate change. This process is applicable to all types of fibers and is less impacting, on all the analyzed processes, by 86% compared to traditional cycles.

Effects

Low
Environment
Impact

REDUCTION
OF OZONE-DEPLETING
SUBSTANCES

WATER
CONSUMPTION
REDUCTION

LOW
ENERGY
IMPACT

Against plastic
pollution

We are Seaqual Licensees, promoting and supporting ocean
clean-up initiatives to challenge plastic pollution. Thanks to
this collaboration we produce a fully sustainable fibre produced
with upcycled marine plastic.
Seaqual Yarn is a 100% recycled material
with full traceability.

Q-nova fiber

SUSTAINABLE
MATERIALS

We use Q-NOVA, an eco-sustainable
nylon fiber 6.6 obtained with regenerated
raw materials. An ecological product
that allows a reduction of CO2 emissions,
a lower consumption of water resources
and the use of energy from renewable
sources. Furthermore, as far as cotton is
concerned, we make extensive use of
organic cottons.