We strongly believe in a sustainable economy and the total respect of the environment,
taking a careful look at the key resources of our planet. Sustainability is one the new subjects that attempts to
bridge social science with civic engineering and environmental science with the technology of the future.
When we hear the word “sustainability” we tend to think of renewable fuel sources, reducing carbon emissions,

protecting environments and a way of keeping the delicate ecosystems of our planet in balance.
In short, sustainability looks to protect our natural environment.

Taking into consideration all the critical issues that the world of sustainability presents today, over the last two years MAJOTECH ® has preferred to approach the subject from another angle. In a normal fabric production and finishing cycle, water, energy and consequent emissions are critical. Just think, that to dye 1000 metres of a polyamide (nylon) fabric, an average of 4000 litres of water is used (for dyeing alone). The entire cycle includes a scouring phase, which serves to eliminate any impurities and/or residues from the weaving phase, dyeing with the quantities indicated above, and a final washing phase. In addition to the consumption itself, the condition of the pollution in the outgoing water must be treated. Starting from these data, MAJOTECH ® has invested in the development of an alternative method to traditional dyeing, with the aim and intent of drastically reducing water and energy consumption and CO2 emissions. From this need and subsequent research, WATER ZERO ® was born. This project represents the innovative and revolutionary vision of the company that wants to lead the change in the textile industry

Product Features WATER ZERO® ultralight fabric is made exclusively from recycled yarn, GRS certified and treated with fluorine free products. No difference in terms of fastness was found in the comparison between WATER ZERO® and a fabric dyed in the traditional method. While in fastness to light tests, water zero highlights better performance. Due to the technique, WATER ZERO® is naturally windproof and down proof (to be tested according to the used insulation)

WATER ZERO EFFECTS

Low
Environment
Impact

REDUCTION
OF OZONE-DEPLETING
SUBSTANCES

WATER
CONSUMPTION
REDUCTION

LOW
ENERGY
IMPACT

Re-Call is a non-profit initiative born to make a relevant contribution
to the environment through the merging of the productive and social worlds.

Thanks to a label and a QR code – positioned inside the garments of all the brands that decide
to support the initiative – at the end of the product’s life, consumers can scan the QR code,
enter their home address and Majotech will collect and deliver them at the Bartolomeo Ferracina headquarters.

Garments that are no longer usable will be sent to a fabric recycling centre
and transformed into raw materials, while garments in good condition will be resold
through Second Hand’s partner platforms and the proceeds allocated to non-profit charitable organisations.

We use Q-NOVA, an eco-sustainable nylon fiber 6.6 obtained with regenerated
raw materials. An ecological product that allows a reduction of CO2 emissions, a lower consumption
of water resources and the use of energy from renewable sources.
Furthermore, as far as cotton is concerned,
we make extensive use of organic cottons.

We are Seaqual Licensees, promoting and supporting ocean
clean-up initiatives to challenge plastic pollution. Thanks to
this collaboration we produce a fully sustainable fibre produced
with upcycled marine plastic.
Seaqual Yarn is a 100% recycled material
with full traceability.

Over the years we have been increasing the numbers of sustainable related projects in our portfolio,
pursuing the goal of a fully sustainable company with an invisible performance
in terms of environmental impact.

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GREEN
Recycled and regenerated fibre’s qualitative standards have been developed and improved and thanks to strong collaborations with certified partners we can now offer a wide range of products made with recycled materials.
RE-BORN
RE-BORN is a new approach to managing military-derived materials destined for disposal. An innovative approach to sustainability, aiming at the full optimization of stockpiled fabrics.