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Producing indigo warps and wefts in a continuous and modern machinery generates a certain quantity of leftovers. Approximately 3% to 5% of total production is not usable and has to be rejected. Now a new implementation has been set up to reuse all this Indigo cotton leftovers and make yarn out of them.

In order to assure that the yarn will have the right strength to be used in any textile application (either knits or woven), the Indigo cotton leftovers are mixed with recycled polyester fibers.