The clothing we wear is contributing to some of the world's worst environmental health issues. 

FACT: It takes over 700 gallons of water to make one T-Shirt. We create 12 million tons of textile waste each year in the U.S. 

We take old clothing and turn it into fiber to be used in the making of new textiles.


EVRNU IMPACTS:

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Customization

Because our fiber is engineered, we can customize specific performance capabilities.

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Recyclable

Textiles made with Evrnu fiber are designed to be fully recyclable.

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Textile Supply Chain

We work with all segments of the textile supply chain: brands, retailers, mills, and waste owners.

 
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STEP 1

Garment waste is collected, sorted, and separated.

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STEP 2

Waste is then purified, shredded, and turned into a pulp.

 
 
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STEP 3

Extruded cellulose creates a fiber finer than silk and stronger than cotton.

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STEP 4

Fiber is spun into yarn, dyed and woven into fabric to be used to create recyclable textiles.

 
 
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Our Office

3200 1st Ave S Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98134 USA

206.446.5269

Info@evrnu.com