RALEIGH, North Carolina, USA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Vision Textiles is proud to introduce Waste2Wear®, a new line of high quality and environmentally friendly fabrics and garments made from recycled plastic bottles.
You may have heard the phrase “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” before, but in this case, everyone’s trash is a treasure for the garment industry, thanks to Vision Textile’s new product, Waste2Wear®. Using a unique process that affordably converts environmentally damaging plastic waste into a high quality product that is indistinguishable from ‘virgin plastic’, Waste2Wear® fabrics can be used for a multitude of purposes. Casual clothing, uniforms, home-ware, sporting goods, and even designer fashion can now be made with 100% recycled and environmentally friendly Waste2Wear® fabrics.
The textile industry has been a source of pollution for decades, and Vision Textiles is committed to not only reclaiming a valuable resource from landfills, but also to reducing the carbon footprint of the industry. Every Waste2Wear® garment saves precious water, gasoline, and cuts down on the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. You can “Care What You Wear” and help to protect the environment at the same time.
Celebrate the launch of Waste2Wear® with us! Join us on our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/waste2wear) and help us spread the word that garments can and must be made with not only passion for design but also care for our environment. During the launch period, we’ll be giving away some special Waste2Wear® polo shirts and a chance to win a special grand prize of Waste2Wear® products. Together we can make a difference!
Want to know more? Visit the official Waste2Wear® website at http://www.waste2wear.com, or contact us by email at info(at)waste2wear(dot)com.
Care What You Wear!
About Vision Textiles
In 1998, Vision Textiles was founded by Monique Maissan as a trading office focused on ladies’ fashion wear. By 2000, a children’s wear department was added and Vision Textiles began to evolve from a wholesale trader to a manufacturer with two joint sales ventures in the Yangtze River Delta.
Vision Textiles began to grow rapidly by acquiring its own brand dedicated to school uniforms called SchoolCampusStuff® in 2006. In 2007, Vision Textiles opened its liaison office in Tirapur, India and its own factory in 2011. The US office opened in North Carolina in 2012.
Vision Textiles prides itself on being an innovative company with the ability to adapt to ever-changing demands. With this motivation in mind, Vision Textiles registered a new brand in early 2012, Waste2Wear®