ColossusTEX Believes in Sustainable Growth & Development
As an aspiring industry leader-in-making, we recognize that sustainability is the fulcrum of growth for any industry. We have established high internal benchmarks of functioning within all our verticals and sustainability is one of the key guiding principles. We have instituted sustainability best-practices to profoundly impact environmental, social and economic outcomes in a positive manner. Therefore, reuse, reduce and recycle our constant motto.
We have taken the initiative to employ energy efficient technology, eco-friendly manufacturing processes and organic raw materials wherever possible. we recognize that accessibility of recycled products is far too limited, globally. However, with effective sourcing and promising supply chain management strategies, we aim to transform this difficulty into an opportunity.
ColossusTex sources the cheapest available waste into a premium quality feedstock for a whooping USD 100 billion-dollar market.
By equipping recycled and organic products, we ensure that we preserve natural resources on which all life forms depend.
Other than that, we take specific measures to achieve our pursuit of natural preservation:
ColossusTEX introduces a wide range of
eco-friendly products for a sustainable future:
1. Organic Cotton and Cotton Blends
Our range of GMO-free fibers are reared without the usage of harmful pesticides or dangerous chemicals. They are dyed using low-impact natural colors. The user can avail the softest and breathable shreds of organic cotton available in blends with Bamboo, Acrylic, Viscose, Linen, Polyester variants.
2. Fair Trade Cotton
Cotton farmers in the developing nations, such as India are often short-changed due to an in-efficient supply chain strategy. As many as 100 million households are engaged in the production of cotton. An estimated figure 300 million workers contribute to the cotton sector through services such as transportation, ginning, baling and storage. For farmers, the challenges are endless. Starting from climate change, to poor prices for seed cotton they cannot generate a stable income. They face competition from highly subsidized producers in the first world countries and poor trade policies.
Fairtrade cotton is available through partner-networks of ColossusTex which provides these farmers with an alternative route to trade and gain more stable incomes. Using revolutionary technology, we maintain a track of the entire cotton supply chain and ensure a transparent trade policy.
3. Recycled Polyester
Production of polyester fabric involves ginormous quantities of chemicals, raw materials and by-products. The by-products and waste generated can be potentially toxic. The treatment of toxic by-products and waste is largely missing or minimal which leads to increased water and air pollution in addition to the challenge that they are so-far non-biodegradable.
Owing to the above concern, they can potentially cause fatal health issues amongst workers and residents facing exposure risk. The solution to this epidemic is through recycled polyester can be purchased as GRS fiber. It is recycled and processed mechanically or chemically, with the feedstock consisting of pre or post-consumer waste including materials from the supply chain. This reduces landfills and reduces dependence upon petroleum and natural resources to the benefit of our ecosystem.
4. Recycled Nylon
Similarly, an environmentally sustainable or recycled Nylon fiber is obtained from regenerated raw materials in accordance with contemporary industry standards. Materials that would assumed as external waste are now refurbished to create this fabric material. The usage of recycled results in lower emissions and reduced water consumption thereby promoting sustainable production processes.
5. PLA Yarns
PLA Yarns are essentially obtained from corn starch and a reliable alternative to the conventional yarns. Corn leaves are processed into a continuous filament yarn and creates a renewable raw material. This bio-polymer is a biodegradable and natural substance. Mass-adoption of these yarns in the future will spurt growth in ecologically-conscious textile choices.