Rivivera is not just made with recycled content. it’s also made with integrity. it took us years to develop our proprietary process, to make Rivivera certifiably sustaibable. Since the beginning, it’s been continually improving as we develop new technology.
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Plastic water bottles are becoming a growing segment of the municipal solid waste stream in the United States. The American Chemistry Council estimates that the…
Turning Plastic Waste Into Clothes
Most of us are aware of the plastic waste problem we face. As we aim to reduce plastic pollution, turning plastic waste into clothes could be a game-changer. From big brands to young, considerate business owners, green clothing is set to become a serious trend. The reality of the situation is more than alarming. There are plastic water bottles floating around the oceans and plastic waste damaging wildlife. Clearly, we have a big problem with plastic waste that we need to face up to. Thankfully we can now see all sorts of innovations helping to reduce the amount of plastic waste that makes its way into our natural environment. To reduce plastic waste, we need to reduce, reuse and recycle – or rethink! From banning the bag through to swaps to more sustainable packaging and reusable items, we’re making progress. Amongst growing concern, reusing and recycling plastic we would otherwise discard to create clothing looks set to help to make a dent in the overall problem.