Refibra is a fiber obtained by blending recycled cotton waste with original Tencel cellulose fibers. This aims to reduce natural resource consumption and decrease waste in the textile industry.

Natural Resource Conservation : Refibra fiber is derived from a combination of recycled cotton waste and Tencel fibers, requiring fewer natural resources compared to new cotton or original cellulose sources.

Waste Reduction : Refibra production allows for the utilization of cotton waste, leading to a reduction in textile industry waste.

Energy and Water Efficiency : The manufacturing process of Refibra fiber can utilize closed-loop systems similar to Tencel production, contributing to water conservation. Additionally, incorporating recycled cotton can lower energy demands.

High Quality : The combination of Tencel and cotton attributes results in Refibra fiber, which produces high-quality, soft, and comfortable textile products.