Global polyester staple fiber is booming and going green

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Globally, the global polyester staple fiber (PSF) market is growing and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 5% between 2018 and 2022 and is moving towards greening.

Manufacturers are responding as consumer demand for corporate accountability and environmental management increases not only in Western countries, but also in other parts of the world.

On the face of it, this seems like bad news for polyester.

After all, manufacturers are moving from non-biodegradable petroleum-based synthetic fibers, such as polyester, to biodegradable renewable fibers made from materials such as polylactic acid and Lyser.

However, this does not mean that there is no polyester. There are ways to use environmentally friendly polyesters: polyesters can be recycled, for example, which is what drives the growth of polyesters.

This is also an important reason why this growth can be seen as a fundamental victory for sustainability and a green manufacturing economy.

The recycled polyester staple fibers discussed are synthetic fibers produced by recycling PET/polyester residues in manufacturing or in the form of recycled post-consumer waste.

There are many polyphthalates (PET) plastics wasted in the form of discarded bottles. All used and discarded water, soda and juice bottles are not wasted: they can be turned into a new material, recycled polyester fiber.

This material has a wide range of applications. It can be made into high-quality nonwoven carpets, fillers, can be used in the filtration industry, and can be used to fill pillows, mats, children's toys and quilts.

Citic Nanyang (Xiamen) Textile Technology Co., Ltd. manufactures a wide range of products, including recycled polyester staple fibers, recycled 100% virgin polyester spun yarn, thread and recycled colored spun yarn.

The booming market for recycled polyester staple fibers is in many ways evidence of the best aspects of the 21st century's efforts to eliminate the most serious hazards of modern industrial civilization. It represents a concerted effort to adopt a contaminated material and recycle it, thereby reducing the need for further environmental impacts.
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