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Recycled Polyster

Plastic bottle waste has a significant environmental impact, but when these bottles are transformed into polyester yarn, they can undergo a remarkable transformation into the clothing we wear every day. Although polyester has been a common substitute, we are actively seeking more environmentally friendly practices. In addition to using recycled plastic bottles, we are also exploring the creation of polyester from ocean waste. Even in our usage, we prioritize the most eco-friendly methods.


Recycled Nylon

Fishing nets, much like plastic bottles, are significant contributors to marine waste. Recycled Nylon transforms discarded fishing nets into fibers, helping reduce ocean pollution. Recycled Nylon is also a key development focus for DJIC, and we offer customized development services for our clients in this area.


Biobased Nylon

The raw materials for Biobased Nylon come from organic waste oil and plant oils, replacing the originally highly polluting materials with renewable biomass sources. Our outerwear fabric series includes many products made from Biomass Nylon. We can also develop different products using the same material based on customer requirements."


BCI Cotton

We also supply BCI cotton, supporting initiatives to minimize the harmful impact of crop protection measures, promote efficient water use and conserve water resources, prioritize soil health, protect natural habitats, care for and preserve fiber quality, advocate for fair labor practices, and operate effective management systems.

Recycled Cotton

DJIC has currently been researching blended fabrics using recycled Cotton and Organic Cotton, creating more environmentally friendly fabrics without compromising on the feel. Recycled cotton is derived from pre-consumer industrial waste and post-consumer garments or accessories, with the majority coming from pre-consumer waste. This technology significantly reduces the environmental impact of cotton.


Organic Cotton

Of the total global pesticide usage, cotton alone accounts for 10%. The conventional cultivation process of cotton can have adverse effects on farmers and leave a footprint of harm and pollution on the environment. That's why we opt for organic cotton, using materials certified by the Organic Content Standard to ensure a more sustainable and environmentally friendly approach.

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Responsible Wool

DJIC has obtained the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) certification, ensuring that the wool we use adheres to these standards. Certification ensures the traceability of RWS wool from the farm to the final product. In wool-related products, we can also undertake development projects for our clients.

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Lenzing Tencel/Modal/Lyocell/Seacell/Palf

Lenzing and DJIC have a longstanding and stable partnership. DJIC shares the same goal as Lenzing—to alleviate the environmental impact of the textile industry. Since becoming part of Lenzing's supply chain, DJIC has consistently worked hand-in-hand, from development to production, adhering to Lenzing's requirements and goals. The collaboration with Lenzing has been steadfast in the continuous development of environmentally friendly fabrics, setting benchmarks for the industry.



The notable contributions of Circulose in the field of environmental protection are evident. DJIC is currently engaged in a proactive collaboration with Circulose to produce more eco-friendly recycled fabrics, implementing environmentally conscious processes. We are also working diligently on the development of new fabric types to broaden the application areas of textiles. 


Lycra T400

LYCRA® T400® comprises 68% recycled plastics and renewable plant-based materials. It can replace the spandex yarn in any elastic textile fabric used in apparel manufacturing. This unique fiber structure also possesses moisture-wicking properties. DJIC can customize and develop fabrics according to customer requirements.

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