Wool is by nature a circular fibre. Its eco-friendly, sustainable, and long lasting. Wool products are biodegradable when the fibre’s nutrients are returned to the soil for use again. This is more than just recycling; it is true circularity. Additionally, the wool fibre doesn’t shed microplastics, in contrast to synthetic fibres which is a significant issue for the textile industry.
After using and reusing woolen garments for a long time, they can be recycled to recreate new and luxurious fabrics, thus reducing the use of virgin materials and reducing the stress on the environment. Recycling wool also reduces textile waste and limits chemical use for dyeing. Because the wool used to produce recycled wool fabric is already dyed, specific colors of fibers can be combined into a recycled textile to create the desired hue, rather than bleaching and re-dyeing the fibers.