Project Revive by Vinova
Vinova is upcycling plastic bottles into fabrics and using this fabric to make garments for our customers. This eco-friendly fabric is healthy for you and the environment!”
WHAT INSPIRED US TO START THIS PROJECT
“We are having a PLASTIC CRISIS. Thailand is the 5th world’s largest contributor to plastic pollution. This is threatening the environment, wildlife, and YOU. Look at this video to learn more about the impacts of plastic waste:
WHAT IS VINOVA DOING TO HELP?
“Our motivation to introduce the plastics-to-fabric project started with a question of how can we be a part in solving plastic pollution, which is causing a threat to marine and human life.
Learning that plastic bottles can be recycled to create clothing, Vinova immediately took the opportunity to adopt this practice and become part of the movement to sustainable fashion.
The process of manufacturing clothes from recycled plastic is relatively simple. Take a look at this short video to learn more the upcycling process:”
IMPACT OF THIS PROJECT
Different types of clothing can recycle different amounts of plastic, as seen in the picture below:”
If even 30% of our customers switch to using this fabrice, we will be able to recycle 900,000 plastic bottles annually – reducing the plastic threat to marine and human life.
WHAT PRODUCTS DO WE OFFER WITH THIS FABRIC?
We offer sports shirts, polo shirts, and round neck t-shirts using this fabric.
These products have a quick dry feature and many of these products also have an iron-free feature. This also helps the environment by reducing energy use for ironing. All dyes used in the dyeing process are eco-friendly as well. We really try to integrate sustainability throughout the life cycle of these products.”
TRASHION FASHION SHOW
“We were part of Thailand’s first ever Trashion Show which was aimed at raising awareness about the threats of excessive man-made waste and potential uses for them in fashion. The photos and videos below show highlights of this event. Please read the blog (hyperlink to the empty blog page) page to read more about the event.”