modulyss

&  HEALTHY SEAS PARTNERSHIP

modulyss

&  HEALTHY SEAS PARTNERSHIP

From fishing nets to Carpet Tiles

Healthy Seas

Modulyss joined with Healthy Seas – an associate partner member – part of their mission to reduce Life Cycle Impact

Regeneration – fishing nets to ECONYL® yarn

Healthy Seas not only recovers fishing nets but makes sure that they get recycled and regenerated into ECONYL® yarn by Aquafil, Europe’s premier manufacturer of PA6 carpet fibre.

As an associate partner member with Healthy Seas, modulyss works to raise public awareness and support initiatives to clean the oceans and seas of marine litter.

With every new product modulyss produce with ECONYL® yarn, they reduce the waste in our seas.

From fishing nets to Carpet Tiles

Healthy Seas

Modulyss joined with Healthy Seas – an associate partner member – part of their mission to reduce Life Cycle Impact

Regeneration – fishing nets to ECONYL® yarn

Healthy Seas not only recovers fishing nets but makes sure that they get recycled and regenerated into ECONYL® yarn by Aquafil, Europe’s premier manufacturer of PA6 carpet fibre.

As an associate partner member with Healthy Seas, modulyss works to raise public awareness and support initiatives to clean the oceans and seas of marine litter.

With every new product modulyss produce with ECONYL® yarn, they reduce the waste in our seas.

The ECONYL® Regeneration System

Working to close the loop

The fishing nets recovered by Healthy Seas – regenerated into first grade nylon.

The ECONYL® story

The Aquafil Group, based in Italy, have developed an innovative system which regenerates 100% nylon waste, such as discarded fishing nets, or textile production scraps, and transforms it into  yarn with same properties as virgin nylon.

Thanks to this groundbreaking process, modulyss takes this end-of-life yarn ECONYL®, and produces sustainable carpet tiles, thereby reducing the amount of global waste.

ECONYL® reduces the environmental impact

of a carpet tile by 20%

The ECONYL® Regeneration System

Working to close the loop

The fishing nets recovered by Healthy Seas – regenerated into first grade nylon.

The ECONYL® story

The Aquafil Group, based in Italy, have developed an innovative system which regenerates 100% nylon waste, such as discarded fishing nets, or textile production scraps, and transforms it into  yarn with same properties as virgin nylon.

Thanks to this groundbreaking process, modulyss takes this end-of-life yarn ECONYL®, and produces sustainable carpet tiles, thereby reducing the amount of global waste.

ECONYL® reduces the environmental impact

of a carpet tile by 20%

modulyss ranges with ECONYL® yarn

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