EVERYTHING BEGINS FROM UNNECESSARY TEXTILES

Textile Upcycling

We operate in accordance with the Textile Upcycling principle, i.e. the recycling of textile waste, resulting in products of higher value than the raw material itself. In this way, unnecessary textiles are converted into fuel! Upcycling saves water, energy and chemicals and encourages functioning in a closed cycle – a concept that is being gradually implemented by countries from all around the world.

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What do we create alternative fuel from?
Our raw material is textile waste – for example, unnecessary clothing, production clippings and other textile waste. It is estimated that globally over 35 percent of them can be processed to produce new products. Why not do it? At Biofuel International, we decided to have a positive impact on the environment, creating an alternative fuel from textiles that is reliable, safe and meets all quality standards.
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Environmental benefits are the most important for us!
Cotton material decomposes up to 8 months, woolen up to 5 years. These values ​​mainly depend on the method of production, the size of used material, or the level of its dyeing. Used clothing made mainly of artificial fibers can be decomposed for hundreds of years. These clothes are recyclable just like glass, plastic or scrap. Thanks to our activity, huge amounts of textiles that go to landfills every day are recovered, recycled and have a new life- as an alternative fuel. Good influence on the planet is the most important for us. If you also want to contribute, please contact us!
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We have a way to cover textiles
In Europe, trading in textiles is a huge branch of industry, and the ever lower cost of clothing production means that the life cycle of this product group has decreased from one year to one season. This means that there are hundreds of thousands of tons of materials on the market every year. The vast majority are processed by companies that process this group of materials from which polishing, absorbent, cleaning materials or other products are made. However, about 6% of these materials are waste and are a serious problem because they absorb moisture, increasing density and are difficult to process. We try to help such companies get rid of any problems related to post-production waste.