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Groupe Renault Develops Fabric made from Recycled Materials for New Renault ZOE

Auto News - Published on Tue, 19 Nov 2019

Image Source: Recycled Fabric for Renault ZOE
Deeply committed to a strategy of increasing integration of recycled materials into its vehicles, Groupe Renault has initiated in 2015 a project called àfiler, to thread, alongside Filatures du Parc, a spinning mill in the Tarn region of France, and Adient Fabrics, an automotive seat supplier in Ariège, France, to design a unique textile product made exclusively from recycled materials. This textile product, made from safety belts, textile scrap from the automotive industry and polyester fibers from the recycling of plastic bottles, now covers the interior of the New Renault ZOE, in Zen and Intens finishes. The fabric covering a total area of 8 m² is used for the manufacture of seat covers, dashboard coverings, gear lever brackets and door fittings, and meets the high requirements for comfort, cleaning, UV resistance and durability.

Developed in the 15th century, the textile, clothing and leather industries are an integral part of the economic heritage of the Occitania region, France, particularly in Tarn and Ariège. In an extremely challenging context, the development of new textile products that are technical, sustainable and competitive is a real growth lever for the region's players and an opportunity to position themselves on new markets, secure jobs and develop new skills.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Tue, 19 Nov 2019
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