perPETual Interview With Indian Textile Journal

One of perPETual’s founders and the CEO of the company Dr. Vivek Tandon was recently interviewed by the Indian Textile Journal. This opportunity was used to express perPETual’s history so far, recent performance, various brand partners and what perPETual see as the future of PET conversion.

To read the full article visit – http://www.indiantextilejournal.com/News.aspx?nId=QsiQSB2aricikvXOGWQ0+w==&NewsType=A-perPETual-devotion-to-converting-PET-bottles-to-filament-yarn-India-Sector

perPETual Interview With Fibre2Fashion

Fibre2Fashion highlighted perPETual in a recent article questioning one of our founders and CEO of the company Dr. Vivek Tandon. Covered topics included Dr. Tandon’s insight into the RPET industry as a whole, how perPETual are positioned in todays RPET industry and what the current growth trajectory of the company is.

Read the full article at –https://www.fibre2fashion.com/interviews/face2face/perpetual-global-technologies/dr-vivek-tandon/11957-1/. 

Decathlon To Significantly Reduce Its Polyester Impact

Global sporting goods retailer recently made public their intentions to significantly reduce their polyester impact, one of a number of sustainability goals announced by the company. By the end of 2021, all textile products sold by Decathlon in France are due to be made from 100% more sustainable polyester. As a supply partner of Decathlon, we are incredibly pleased to see the progression of their sustainability and look forward to seeing them meet these goals in the near future.

To read the full article visit – https://www.just-style.com/news/decathlon-to-significantly-reduce-its-polyester-impact_id134036.aspx

Adidas Commits To Only Using Recycled Plastics By 2024

One of the world’s largest clothing and apparel brands and second largest sportswear brand, Adidas recently announced their intentions to commit to only using recycled polyester (made from used plastic bottles) in their clothing by the year 2024.

The news comes with no little surprise as brands push to become more sustainable in light of recent developments in the awareness of ocean plastic pollution highlighted in documentaries such as Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet 2. As long term suppliers of Adidas we are incredibly pleased with the news and look forward to seeing them progress to becoming increasingly more sustainable, particularly through their polyester garments.

To read the full article visit – https://www.ft.com/content/73ca70d8-84e1-11e8-96dd-fa565ec55929