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Mounting Volumes of Textile Waste due to Increasing Fashion Consciousness fuels Post Consumer Yarns Market

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Published on : Jan 07, 2020

ResearchMoz has announced the addition of a report titled, “Global Post Consumer Yarns/Recycled Yarns Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” to its expanding database. The report provides valuable insights into the post consumer yarns market by examining key growth drivers, restraints, and opportunities. The report also divides the market based on important parameters and examines the growth pattern of each segment over the forecast period. The report aims to provide an objective analysis of post consumer yarns market to prospective investors, covering competitive landscape, risks, and potential opportunities to foray in the said market.

The report is prepared by a team of seasoned researchers. The report serves to be a useful guide for individuals and companies interested to participate in the post consumer yarns market. The making of the report involved an extensive research phase. In addition, analysts reached out to industry leaders for their viewpoint on trends in the post consumer yarns market.

The competitive landscape of the consumer yarns market is a central feature of this report. Some prominent players in the post consumer yarns market are Santanderinal Group, Unifi, Ascent, AQUAFIL SPA, Filspec, Usha Yarns, GHEZZI Spa, Dunya Tekstil, Pentatonic, PURE WASTE TEXTILES LTD, MONTICOLOR SpA, Radici Partecipazioni SpA, Morssinkhof Sustainable Products, and Outback Yarns. 

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Each company in the post consumer yarns market is profiled for their business overview, competitive standing, financials, and SWOTs. 

The report elucidates factors fuelling the post consumer yarns market. Rising disposable incomes and increasing fashion consciousness among individuals are some key reasons for increasingly high volumes of textile waste. According to findings, a garbage bin constitutes 3% fabric waste by weight. This leaves vast amount of fabric waste from domestic and commercial activities to be recycled or reused. In particular, the textile industry focuses on two types of recycling: pre-consumer and post-consumer recycling. 

Pre-consumer waste is obtained during manufacture of merchandise such as during weaving, stitching, or cutting. While, post consumer waste is obtained from garments or household articles after it is discarded or is no longer suitable to use. Discarded or damaged clothing are mostly passed on to economically weak individuals, and sometimes given to textile banks. 

Nonetheless, the world churns out vast amount of textile waste which is mostly not channelized for recycling or reuse. To channelize textile waste, non-government organizations come forward and distribute used clothing in poor and underdeveloped countries. This only accounts for some percentage of channeling of used textiles. 

Beyond this, major component of post-consumer textile waste management is carried out by rag graders. This involves semi-industrial setup wherein manual labor and machines are used for sorting of textile waste. Businesses in the post consumer yarns market are involved in acquiring, sorting, processing, and export of products made from post consumer textiles. 

Firstly, post consumer textile products are sorted mostly manually with respect to merchandise, fabric, and condition of merchandise. At successive levels, the sorting gets more refined for things such as winter clothing, summer clothing, men’s clothes, women’s clothes. 

Besides regular merchandise, post consumer yarns comprise branded clothing and textile products which requires sorting. Most of the branded wearable clothing sourced from Western countries go to developing countries and are sold as second-hand clothing. 

While, non-wearable textiles are converted into fiber depending on the condition and type of fabric of the merchandise. This involves a mechanical process, wherein fabric is broken down into fiber employing methods such as cutting, shredding, and carding. The fiber thus obtained is spun into yarns or converted into different types of fabrics. 

Alternately, fiber obtained via mechanical process is reduced to fine powdered particles.