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On 5, 6 and 7 September this year, Riopele was present in KEYHOUSE, a section of the Munich Fabric Start trade fair, where it presented its sustainable fabric collection, under the trademark TENOWA, The Rebirth of Textiles, based on the recycling of fabric and yarn waste generated by its production process.
This trademark is the result of the R4Textiles project, co-financed by Compete 2020, aimed at transforming the waste generated by the textile and agro-food industries into new resources, following the paradigm of the circular economy.
With this participation, Riopele sought not only to present the R4Textiles project and the results it has achieved so far, but also to introduce emerging sustainability and textile innovation trends, supporting an exchange of experiences and the sharing of knowledge and common values.
Also, it allowed Riopele to strengthen and deepen its competitive and strategic position in the international context of innovation, at a time when the textile and fashion industries are regarding the development of products focused on sustainability and technological innovation as a priority.