Belda Lloréns Sustainable Yarns
In Belda Lloréns we are pioneers in offering sustainable spinning, with a practically zero climatic footprint, with our sustainble yarns.
With more than 65 years of experience and 65,000 m2 of facilities, we are at the forefront of innovation, being leaders in the sector within the Open End spinning.
ECOLIFE is our flag, an ecological product that has become a philosophy of life.
Resources Used By Belda Lloréns
DURING THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS IN THE PRODUCTION COMPLEX
Belda Lloréns photovoltaic panels produce electricity of renewable origin and our sustainable yarns.
The manufacturing process in Belda Lloréns does not produce CO2 emissions, to take care of us and of you.
Climate Footprint for the Planet with sustainable yarns
SAVINGS OF RESOURCES FOR EACH KILOGRAM OF THREAD
2.48 m2 of cultivated area for each Kg produced cease to be occupied.
3,485 liters of water are saved for every kilogram produced of sustainble yarns.
6.77 kWh of electric current is stopped for each kilogram produced.
The emission of 1.62 kg of CO2 is avoided for every kilogram produced.
We are the first European company in stock service by quantity, both by number of qualities and by fashion colors, with 509 references ready to serve.
QUALITY AND SERVICE02
Most of the investments made in recent years have been in productive teams that guarantee the highest quality in high technical value spinning.
Belda Lloréns dedicates an annual average of ten percent of the invoiced to the investment of new technology for greater competitiveness and immediate response to the markets.
Since 1956 making sustainable yarns
Caring for the Future
What is the circular economy?
The circular economy means preventing virgin material from entering the manufacturing cycle. And to that end, we offer our customers, whether brands, distribution chains or large surfaces, the possibility of working on a circular economy models based on sustainable yarns and different possibilities.
1 | RAW MATERIALS
Two origins: on the one hand we take advantage of the fabric cuts and re-convert them into fiber, sorting according to colors and composition (PRE CONSUMER) and on the other, we use used garments also classifying them according to color and composition, from which the non-components are extracted Recyclable (buttons, zippers … etc) and the recyclable part becomes fiber (POST CONSUMER).
This process transforms the fiber into thread: several short fibers are twisted at the same time and joined together producing a continuous thread, when long filaments are twisted, more resistant threads are obtained: spinning. The way of spinning and obtaining the yarns influences the texture of the fabric.
In this part the threads are interwoven at the corresponding angles so that we obtain the fabrics.
After a previous phase of design (pattern, cut …) we go to the garment, where it is shaped and finished to the items designed using fabrics and other components.
At this point in the chain, the garment already made is available to the final consumer for purchase.
This point makes the circular economy process possible. The consumer who has bought the garment, leaves it in specific clothing collection containers and we are in charge of classifying the garments according to the composition of the fabric and the color of it. And we started the process to make a new garment.