What is rPET?
RPET stands for Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate. It is a type of polyester fabric or material that is created by recycling plastic bottles, typically made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The process of producing RPET involves collecting used plastic bottles, cleaning and shredding them into small pieces, and then melting and reforming the plastic into new fibers or sheets. These fibers or sheets can be used as a sustainable alternative to traditional polyester materials in various applications, including handbag manufacturing.
By utilizing RPET, we can reduce the demand for virgin plastic and minimize the environmental impact associated with the production of new materials. It contributes to the principles of a circular economy by repurposing existing resources and preventing plastic waste from entering landfills or polluting the environment.
Durability and Versatility
Fashionable and Trendy
Water and Stain Resistance
Decreased Environmental Impact