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Recycled Wool


With characteristics that embrace nature, recycled wood fiber stands out for its lightness, durability, and commitment to a more sustainable lifestyle

Recycled Wool

About Recycled Wool

Due to its durability and quality, the wool fibre has been recycled for over 200 years.
Wool that has been recycled comes from two different sources:
pre-consumer wool, which is recovered waste from the manufacturing process, and post-consumer wool, which is recycled from wool clothing and other products, a particularly ecological choice. Along with keeping worn wool clothing out of landfills, this practice conserves water and other natural resources.

Environmental impact

  • Doesn’t require any harsh chemicals
  • Doesm’t require a lot of water
  • CO2 emissions are 83% lower than virgin wool