Collection of textile fibres

Collection of textile fibres

Pistoni Srl is a company based in the province of Mantua, specialized in the collection of textile waste of different origins, coming from laboratories, workshops, hosiery and other companies. In addition to the collection of textile fibres, the company also deals with the treatment and recycling of waste. The scraps are in fact collected and carefully selected, so as to always guarantee the highest quality and the best functionality of the secondary material. Pistoni Srl provides for the collection of textile fibres with its own means, from weaving mills, spinning mills, textile laboratories and all those companies that produce processing waste.

 

What are natural textile fibres?

Revitalizing, treating and recycling natural textile fibres is the main activity of the company, which for this reason is located in one of the most renown and famous textile districts of Italy. Natural textile fibres are made up of fibrous products of natural origin that are used to produce yarns - which in turn are transformed into fabrics through the weaving process.

Many garments are naturally generated during the production of clothing, socks and footwear, and they can be collected and recycled to obtain high quality secondary materials. Among the natural fibres, Pistoni Srl deals with:

Synthetic textile fibres

Pistoni Srl is also specialized in the collection and recycling of synthetic textile fibres. These fibres (also called "technofibres") are produced by man in laboratories, starting from organic polymers of natural origin, such as cellulose, or synthetic polymers. Among these fibres, there are:

  • Nylon/Polyamide
  • Polyester
  • Elastometer + Nylon
  • Acrylic

     

More information about the collection of textile fibres

If you are looking for more information on the collection of textile fibres by Pistoni Srl do not hesitate to contact us by filling out the specific form. Our experienced corporate team will take care to answer all your questions and concerns as soon as possible.