Innovate and commit in a sustainable development approach

Eco-conception

Knowledge of the product

  • Identifying the raw material most adapted to its use.
  • Analyzing its life cycle.
  • Doing a multi-criteria evaluation.

Environmental gain

  • Preventing environmental risks.
  • Optimizing processes/materials/ products.
  • Taking into account the end of life of each product.

Recyclability

Identifying material “deposits” that could be used

  • “post-consumer” textile items (clothes, household linens, professional outfits).
  • “leftovers”: unsold stocks or end-ofseries items.
  • Waste from the clothing/textile and food industries (production and cutting scraps, defective pieces).

Recyclability trials

  • Sorting by composition and color.
  • Automatically identifying and elimating any hard bits in materials.
  • Transforming cloth into fibers by using the fraying process.

Upcycling & Downcycling

Product development

  • Designing a product using recycled fibers.
  • Increasing the percentage of recycled fibers in a finished product.

Prototyping

  • Adjusting the recycled fibers.
  • Making a nonwoven web.
  • Maximizing performance.
  • Testing on consumer preference.

Accompanying production

  • Transferring knowledge.
  • Training and accompanying teams.

CSR & Traceability

Support in the implementation and deployment of the csr policy

Support in the implementation and deployment on the efficient design of functions

Traceability

  • In the heart of the fibre.
  • Design of traceability on 3 lines (labels/ngos/data management).
  • Harmful substances tests.

Customers references

Contacts


Isabelle CORNU
Head of Strategic Marketing and CSR
isabelle.cornu@ceti.com


Mara POGGIO
Ingénieure R&D – Responsible for Sustainable Development
mara.poggio@ceti.com