To promote diversity, inclusion, and development of the workforce, the well-being of the communities, and the environment in which we operate, generating a positive impact and contributing to the sustainable growth of the company.
“Sustainability is not just the latest trend, but rather a value that has guided our company for the past 95 years”
Kaltex has extensive experience with recycled cotton. Over the last 15 years we have made major financial investments which allows us to capture all of our cotton waste, including fiber, yarn, fabric and cutting room scraps.
Our recycling process extends the lifespan of the cotton fiber thereby using less environmental resources. This also mean less waste going to landfills.
Allowing for scalable and internally vertical capacities in recycled yarn-based fabrics for a greener future for all.
High quality recycled cotton fabrics, manufactured with recycled cotton waste fabrics, reduce our use of virgin cotton and thus significant water, CO2, and other environmental impacts from cotton farming.
Make it a long lasting product
100% of our cotton
is from the USA
Water Treatment Plant
Our waste-water treatment plant which was built in 1994, is the largest of its kind in this hemisphere. We process 240 liters of water per second.
100% of the water treated meets Aquatic Life quality standards and ZDHC requirements.
Our energy committee continuously looks for renewable alternative options. Our combined energy initiatives have reduced our carbon footprint by 25%
Eco-efficient technology, authentic looks, less water, less energy, less chemicals
Enhances authentic cast
Decreases shade variation
Provides a natural fade
Enhances Highs & Lows
Improves crocking (dry/wet)
Increases laser sensitivity
Innovative Dying Technique that reduces water consumption by 65% and energy consumption by 20% versus traditional methods.
Indigo Dying Technique that reduces water consumption by 30% and energy consumption by 20%. Improves laser efficiency by 20%.