Thai Acrylic Fiber has received the Bluesign APPROVED certificate

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Regel fiber, a recycled acrylic fiber from Thai Acrylic Fiber Company (TAF) – Aditya Birla Group, in addition to being a GRS certified acrylic fiber, is now “Blue Mark APPROVED”. This confirms that Regel meets the Bluesign CRITERIA safety and environmental requirements, the latest milestone in its long journey to sustainability.

Regel is the second TAF product to receive bluesign APPROVED after the flagship gel-dyed acrylic fiber, Radianza. Regel was launched earlier this year by TAF, which was developed as a result of growing demand for sustainable fashion products from global consumers, brands and retailers.

Regel fiber, a recycled acrylic fiber from Thai Acrylic Fiber Company (TAF) – Aditya Birla Group, in addition to being a GRS certified acrylic fiber, is now “Blue Mark APPROVED”. This confirms that Regel meets the Bluesign CRITERIA safety and environmental requirements, the latest milestone in its long journey to sustainability.

Waste accumulation and management are one of the key challenges in the field of sustainable development, and thus recycling pre-consumer, post-consumer, and process waste to produce new products is one of the most preferred and widespread ways to reduce environmental impact. . Regel is a unique innovation as it is one of the first successful commercializations of acrylic fiber obtained by recycling waste. It is manufactured using an authentic and intimate chemical recycling process that is functionally equivalent to acrylic fiber, such as warmth, comfort and vibrant hues.

APPROVED bluesign items go through a rigorous certification process by Bluesign Technologies ag, the organization behind the certification, to ensure that these products are produced with minimal impact on people and the environment.

“We are very proud to have received the Bluesign APPROVED certificate for Regel fiber. Since Regel’s launch, we’ve received a lot of overwhelming feedback. This Bluesign APPROVED certification will further strengthen Regel’s credentials as a sustainable fiber and assure our customers that any fabric made from Regel is produced with responsibility for the environment and human safety. This certification is part of our broader sustainability strategy and we will continue our vision for a sustainable future,” said Thomas Varghese, Head of Textiles, Aditya Birla Group.

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