News | April 20, 2018

Darlington Fabrics Continues To Make Sustainability A Priority, Receives Unifi REPREVE Champions Of Sustainability Award

Darlington Fabrics recycles over 100 million bottles, receives Unifi REPREVE Champions of Sustainability award.

Westerly, RI (PRWEB) - Darlington Fabrics is a recipient of Unifi’s Inaugural REPREVE Champions of Sustainability Award for recycling over 100 million or more bottles through the use of the REPREVE fiber.

REPREVE Champions of Sustainability is awarded to 25 brand and retail partners that have each used the equivalent of 10 million or more bottles, and 15 textile partners that have each used the equivalent of 50 million or more bottles.

"Unifi created the REPREVE Champions of Sustainability awards to recognize our brand and textile partners that have achieved plastic bottle recycling milestones as a result of their use of REPREVE performance fibers," said Kevin Hall, Unifi Chairman & CEO.

Darlington Fabrics continues to make sustainability in textiles a high priority through thoughtful purchasing and best use policies keeping the environment in the forefront in their processes.

May of 2016 Darlington achieved Zero Landfill status through partnership with Waste Management. Darlington continues to look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint.

Through the use of the Repreve fiber Darlington has reached beyond their back yard and kept more than 100 million bottles out of landfills.

“At Darlington Fabrics, we are committed to providing innovative warp knit products to the market coupled with the highest environmental standards possible." Steve Perry, Senior Vice President – Darlington Fabrics

Darlington Fabrics,, a warp knit manufacturer, is a division of The Moore Company, founded in 1909 and still focused on innovation.

The Moore Company manufactures products in the United States. International manufacturing facilities complement domestic capabilities, while serving regional markets around the globe. For more information contact: Steven Perry 401-315-6346 or

Source: PRWeb

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