New Focus Textiles: GRS-Certified Recycled Cotton Supplier
The Global Recycled Standard is a credible third party that helps suppliers ensure that their recycled material is legitimate and traceable. We are a GRS Certified Fabric Supplier able to trace our recycled yarn from the yarn to fabric stage; GRS transaction certificate for recycled contents over 20%.
The Organic Content Standard is a credible third party that verifies the organic input of a product, and aims to increase organic agricultural production.
Developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, the Higg Index was created as a set of tools to help standardize sustainability measurements across the value chain globally. The tools measure the impact of environmental and social labor, and help to create transparency for the fashion industry and its consumers.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers from Lenzing are sourced from sustainably-grown wood in an eco-friendly closed loop process, and offers a soft, smooth, and luxurious touch. TENCEL™ Modal fibers from Lenzing are sourced from naturally-grown beech wood in an environmentally-conscious process and offer long-lasting softness.
The REFIBRA™ technology contributes to a circular economy by using pre and post-consumer cotton scraps from garment production, which is added to wood pulp, producing “new virgin TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers to make fabrics and garments.
Lenzing™ ECOVERO™ fibers are sourced from sustainable wood and pulp, and are eco-friendly viscose fibers that have been certified with the EU Ecolabel.
Sustainable Fabric Manufacturer
We partner with the best material developers and fiber suppliers for a visible supply chain. Our woven fabric and apparel production and materials in China, Vietnam, and Portugal are created with the world's very best materials such as the below fibers. In addition to these branded fibers, we source cotton from the United States, Australia, Brazil, and we facilitate cotton recycling and recycled cotton purchasing in China. We now offer circular fabric and development for cotton.
Our sustainable and recycled collections are also using the following materials and certifications:
Clothing brands are upgrading their product materials and supply chain processes with recycled cotton fabric and circular loop up-cycling processes. Pre-consumer fabric recycling and post-consumer garment recycling are two excellent options for implementing sustainable supply chain practices and ensuring materials are made from reliable recycled cotton materials.
Forward-thinking high school students are participating in uniform take-back and mechanical garment recycling. New Focus Textiles supports an educational initiative to equip students with resources and materials to learn about circular systems and sustainability. As schools and business look at how they may become more sustainable, the textile industry is prepared to recycle uniforms and unwanted post-consumer garments to reduce textile wastes.