Recycling cotton reduces excessive wastage and can be a more efficient alternative to disposal. RG Group owns 5 dedicated units to recycle yarns. The process starts with the collection of pre-consumer and post consumer waste, followed by a sorting the waste by colour and sending the colour to a dedicated unit where it is shreadded to fiber.
After cleaning the waste fibers, they are opened and blended. Post the blending process, the fibers undergo carding, followed by drawing of the sliver formed from the waste fiber and spinning the fibers into a yarn.
RG Group, the largest spinning yarn manufacturer takes pride in using a blend of 80% recycled yarn and 20% PET fiber of strength. Also, no water is used in the entire process of recycling the yarn.