Infinited Fiber Company is a textile technology group on a mission towards circularity. Their innovation can turn used and old textiles that could otherwise end up as landfill into Infinna™. This provides an opportunity to reduce our reliance on virgin raw materials and keep trashed garments in a circular loop.
Infinna™ technology transforms end-of-life textiles into brand-new premium-quality fibres for the textile industry. While the current focus is to use cotton-rich textiles, the technology can also turn other cellulose-rich materials – old newspapers, used cardboard, crop residues like rice or wheat straw – into the same fantastic fibre.
The waste is cut in small pieces and the technology breaks waste down to capture its value at a molecular level, giving it new life as Infinna™ – the unique textile fibre that looks and feels like cotton and is known scientifically as cellulose carbamate fibre. The fibre is a great alternative to conventional fibres like cotton, polyester and viscose.
The benefit of Infinna™ fibre is, that we can replace resource-heavy virgin raw materials with a fibre of the same quality made of a raw material which has already been used.