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Duvaltex's new CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES™ address the daunting problem of how to deal with polyester fabric at the end of its useful life.

By redesigning throwaway materials as revolutionary biodegradable textiles, we can now complement textile recycling. Solving the problem at its roots!

Award-winning collection :
  • 2019 NeoCon Metropolis Likes
  • 2019 HIP Innovation for Good
  • 2019 HIPHealth + Wellness: Fabrics & Textiles
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Industry-first 100% post-consumer
recycled biodegradable polyester*

let's make
an impact!

Get to know the story behind CLEAN IMPACT TEXTILES™
and their influence on the Bi-Circular economy.

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Eco-efficiency at its best
Recyclable & Biodegradable


Clean Impact Textiles

Textile biodegradability is acheived through the addition of a bio-catalyst
in the yarn-extrusion process that enables anaerobic digestion
in landfill and wastewater treatment.

NSF/ANSI 336 standard for commercial interiors textiles, and carries the Facts Gold certification mark

Meets (or Surpass) all ACT performance requirements

Biodegradable in landfill and wastewater treatment conditions (tested under ASTM D5511)

Safe manufacturing practices and social responsibilities

Production powered by renewable energy

Every design decision we make
has an impact.

This game-changing collection establishes a new, bi-circular textile economy model whereby polyester fabric, at the end of its useful life, can flow through either a biological or technical cycle. Keeping plastic out of our oceans and landfills.

LEEDing the way!

Our innovative new textiles could contribute to LEED points in both
Recycled Content and Materials & Resources categories.

Plastic Bottle

Recycled Content. This credit is awarded for the use of recycled materials.
Materials and Resources. This credit is awarded for supporting a lifecycle approach to embodied impact reduction.

Clean Impact Textiles

The Clean Impact Textiles™ Collection provides five coordinating patterns, each showcasing a different perspective on the play of horizontal and vertical lines, from a classic grid to overlapping lines to subtle crosshatch. These 'softened' geometrics range in scale from high-impact oversized to mid-scale colorful geometrics to small but impactful textures.

Yarn-dye technology is used to create dramatic multicolor looks, while piece-dye technology is used for rich, strong color. Texture is created through the use of both boucle and chenille yarns for lighter-traffic resimercial use. Fabric colors range from deep, saturated blues to forest greens, desert mesa reds, and comforting corals, along with coordinating neutrals from light to dark. The interaction of the different scales and textures in these soothing yet vivid colors creates a warm, welcoming and rich environment that helps to engage and relax people who will experience our fabrics in use.

Nothing is sacrificed in order to achieve the biodegradable benefit - not pattern, color or performance.

Design without compromise!

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As pioneers in sustainable textile engineering, we continue to challenge the status quo in developing and combining leading-edge technologies to create innovative and sustainable textiles that inspire workplace design trends.

We have the resources, talent and know-how to enable each of our partners to achieve success in their creative process.


Since 2000, through our leading brands, Duvaltex has manufactured more than


yards of sustainable fabric.

*Rate and extent of biodegradation into elements found in nature is 91% after 1,278 days under ASTM D5511 (Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastic Materials Under High Solids Anaerobic Digestion Conditions).
The test was done with the same component (PET) polyester and biocatalyst additive. No evidence of further degradation.