Thai Acrylic Fibre Co Ltd. Launches the "Waste Nothing" Campaign to Support Recycled Acrylic Fiber
- 15-Nov-2022 4:29 PM
- Journalist: Robert Hume
Thailand: Recently, Thai Acrylic Fiber Co Ltd. (TAF) launched a new video promoting Waste management in the textile and apparel industry by recycling pre-consumed Acrylic Fibers. Regel Fiber is the latest fiber brand, encouraging Recycled Acrylic Fibres as a sustainable option for managing waste created by the apparel industry.
A member of the Aditya Birla Group, Thai Acrylic Fibre Co. Ltd., developed Regel Fiber because of the growing consumer demand for sustainable fashion products in the global market.
The demand for Acrylic Staple Fibre, which is used to make sweaters, caps, hand-knitting yarns, and socks, is anticipated to increase from downstream industries during the current winter season. Thus, looking towards the rising demand and increasing orders for sustainable products, Thai Acrylic Fiber has used Regel technology to produce a sustainable product after recycling pre-consumed, post-consumed, and in-process waste in order to make new products.
"Recycling Acrylic Fiber waste is actually challenging; Therefore, Regel technology has been created to solve all the difficulties. The motive behind starting this campaign by the Thai industry was to emphasize the significance of Regel's approach and the ways in which its technology can guarantee that recycled acrylic fiber retains all of its regular features. Additionally, the campaign sought to demonstrate how Regel can incinerate acrylic textiles and lessen the quantity of textile trash that ends up in landfills." says Tuhin Kulshreshtha, Head of Marketing, TAF.
Therefore, looking through the efforts to promote the sustainable product by recycling virgin Acrylic Fibres. It is anticipated that the demand for virgin Acrylic Fibre might not witness an ample number of orders which is expected to minimize the pressure on the manufacturing units. So, ChemAnalyst also predicts that the price for Acrylic Fibre in the coming winter is expected to witness a slight increment to a stable price trend in the regional market.