We offer fabrics dyed with advanced techniques that use less water and chemicals. To round out our efforts, we treat all our post-process water in our own effluent treatment plant and further purify it via reverse osmosis before returning it to the environment cleaner than before.
LNJ Bhilwara Group continues to invest in renewable energy sources, and have successfully commissioning two hydro- and wind- power projects along with a roof top solar power plant, aggregating a total of more than 300 MWs.
We proudly offer recycled yarns in our fabrics. Our state-of-the-art Garnett machine efficiently breaks down post-consumer waste fabrics and converts them into new usable fibres, we’re weaving new fabric while eliminating excess waste from landfills.
Fibre Green is made by processing waste material into fibre. In this process, the loss of useful resources is minimised. Disposed PET bottles are converted into flakes which are finally turned into fibre in different denier and cut for spinning into yarn. By using waste PET bottles which would otherwise have been incinerated or dumped into landfills or oceans. In terms of performance, these recycled 100% polyester fibres are just like virgin polyester fibre having a production capacity in excess of 3600 tonnes per month.