From Japan , on indent, we have an array of different fabrics made from regenerated cellulose.
This includes rayon, viscose, tencel, cupro, modal, Ryocel & Ecovera. Some of these are generic names, some are brand names, but all are about the process of breaking down a cellulose such as eucalyptus for Tencel, beech for Modal, wood pulp, bamboo or even cotton linter, which is the otherwise unusable part of the cotton plant, for Cupro, It is turned into a honey like consistency and then spun into a thread. It is man-made, but unlike a polyester, it still has the absorbency properties of a cotton or linen and will break down at the end of it's life cycle.
Many of our rayons come from a well-known mill called Lenzing, which uses certified renewable wood sources, using an eco-responsible production processes which meet high environmental standards. The fibres have been certified with the EU Ecolabel as meeting high environmental standards throughout their life cycle: from raw material extraction to production, distribution and disposal.
Every one of their fabrics are traceable with a specific certification number. Further information is available on application.
For further information, go to:
RAYON LINEN BLENDS - Woven
RAYON COTTON BLENDS - Woven