March 31, 2023

How JB Ecotex Offers Eco-friendly RPSF made from PET Flakes?

The government has constantly been pursuing plastic waste management since the rate at which plastic waste is generated is alarming. If this issue is not addressed well in time, the plastic in the dump yards will start leaking and invading all the environmental factors like soil, air, water, etc.

March 22, 2023

Key Uses of Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF)

Plastic recycling is becoming increasingly popular since the output can be used to manufacture various new products. Surprisingly, PET bottles can be transformed into yarns that serve as the clothing industry's raw material. The yarns are also called recycled polyester staple fibre.

March 10, 2023

How To Manufacture Higher Quality Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF)?

Recycled polyester staple fibre (RPSF) has emerged as a fibre used extensively in products that we use every day. For example, clothing, toys, furnishing, fabrication, insulating materials etc., make use of RPSF in one or the other form. With Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF), RPSF manufacturing in India is like an innovation, offering sustainable utility in the form of new products and reduced pollution in landfills due to the accumulation of plastic.

March 01, 2023

How is Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF) Driving Sustainability in India?

Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF) is playing an increasingly important role in India's drive toward sustainability. RPSF is a type of recycled plastic that can be reused and reprocessed for various purposes, such as textile production and carpet manufacturing.

The use of Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF) has been seen as essential for meeting worldwide sustainability targets set out by recognized global organizations and environmental programs.

February 15, 2023

High Tenacity Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF): A Closer Look

We have all heard about the significance of recycling plastic, but did you know that recycled polyester staple fibre (RPSF) is a great way to reduce plastic waste? RPSF is a type of polyester fibre used in the textile industry. It is produced from recycled PET plastics, such as plastic bottles and packaging materials.

Recycled Polyester staple fibre (RPSF) is better leveraged in non-Woven carpets, filtration industries, and the wadding sector as an explicit poly fill for stuffing pillows, soft toys, cushions, and quilts. It is, in addition, used for spinning yarns and crafting geotextiles.

February 01, 2023

Procedure of Manufacturing Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF)

Recycled Polyester Staple Fibre (RPSF) is a reliable and sustainable alternative to synthetic man-made fibres. Manufacturing RPSF involves recycling post-consumer PET bottles and other PET/Polyester waste to create a new fibre that can be used in multiple applications.

These applications include non-woven carpets, wadding, filtration materials, and polyfill stuffing for cushions and quilts, geotextiles and spinning yarns.

January 16, 2023

Debunking few myths about Extended Producer Responsibility

India generates a humongous amount of plastic waste per year, 3.3 million metric tonnes per year according to the Central pollution control board. Out of this 60 percent of waste is recycled and remaining is dumped on landfills and has an impact on the environment. To solve this issue, the government introduced Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) through Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016 in India. EPR is a practice where Producers, Importers, Brand Owners are given responsibility for collection and scientific disposal of their post-consumer waste. Although EPR is relatively new in India, companies are coming forward and getting EPR compliance done. As the concept is new, there are many doubts and myths that come up surrounding it. This blog will debunk a few myths about EPR.

January 01, 2023

The ultimate future - RENEWABLE ENERGY

Renewable energy is energy derived from natural sources that are replenished at a higher rate than they are consumed. Sunlight and wind, for example, are such sources that are constantly being replenished. Renewable energy sources are plentiful and all around us.

Fossil fuels :- coal, oil and gas - on the other hand, are non-renewable resources that take hundreds of millions of years to form. Fossil fuels, when burned to produce energy, cause harmful greenhouse gas emissions, such as carbon dioxide. Generating renewable energy creates far lower emissions than burning fossil fuels. Transitioning from fossil fuels, which currently account for the lion’s share of emissions, to renewable energy is key to addressing the climate crisis.

December 15, 2022

What is Zero-liquid discharge?

Zero liquid discharge (ZLD) is an engineering approach to water treatment where all water is recovered and contaminants are reduced to solid waste. While many water treatment processes attempt to maximize recovery of fresh water and minimize waste, ZLD is the most demanding target since the cost and challenges of recovery increase as the waste water gets more concentrated. Salinity, scaling compounds, and organics all increase in concentration, which adds costs associated with managing these increases. ZLD is achieved by stringing together water treatment technology that can treat waste water as the contaminants are concentrated.

December 01, 2022


Packaging is everywhere; in your shopping trolley, your cupboards, your deliveries and so much more. This amount of plastic and other non-natural materials can cause environmental problems such as pollution. But there is an alternative: eco-friendly packaging. In this blog, we’ll cover all the benefits of eco-friendly packaging that you can gain from.

November 15, 2022

Importance of plastic packaging and its proper use!

Plastic packaging serves several important functions in our modern lives, which are the primary reasons we rely on it.

1. Protection: Protects vulnerable products from damage whilst in transit and from contamination or damage by moisture, humidity, gasses, microorganisms, insects, and light.

November 01, 2022

How plastic plays a vital role in climate change?

The plastic pollution crisis that overwhelms our oceans is also a significant and growing threat to the Earth’s climate. At current levels, greenhouse gas emissions from the plastic lifecycle threaten to keep global temperature rise below 1.5 degree C. With the petrochemical and plastic industries planning a massive expansion in production, the problem is on track to get much worse. If plastic production and use grow as currently planned, by 2030, these emissions could reach 1.34 gigatons per year - equivalent to the emissions released by more than 500-megawatt coal-fired power plants.

October 14, 2022

Let’s unite and heal the damage we have caused to our own Earth.

EPR is one term that is being thrown around a lot lately. So, what do consumers actually need to understand by EPR?
Industries and corporations are producing waste every day in amounts inconceivable to a regular consumer. With so much production of plastic waste, the management of this waste ultimately lies on the shoulders of communities, municipal corporations and state governments. So, it becomes mandatory for the government to implement laws and regulations that will put the responsibility on plastic waste producers.

October 03, 2022

What are PET Flakes, its manufacturing and its uses?

Plastic bottles can be seen everywhere in our day-to-day lives. Products such as water bottles, soda bottles, cooking oil, food containers and other products are all made up of plastic. As we know there are different types of plastics but for producing bottles that contain food or potable water, we prefer Polyethylene Terephthalate which is also commonly known as PET. This material produces bottles that are lightweight, yet strong and durable. Although the process is slightly based on proprietary methods, the basic method for producing bottles is universal.

September 15, 2022

Protect the environment so that the environment can protect us

EPR is an Extended Product Responsibility that includes key components for plastic waste management, including the production and recycling of plastic materials, set standards for their use, promotion of their non-use and reduction of their quantities. "The EPR extends the product responsibility for plastic waste management. It is a framework that promotes the use of plastics in consumer products, but also encourages manufacturers to protect the environment from accumulating and disposing of plastic waste."

September 01, 2022

Growing Market Trends of Recycled PET

Due to growing awareness of the negative effects that plastic, which takes approximately 450 years to decompose on average, has on the environment, recycled PET bottles are being used more and more in the production of polyester staple fibre. Numerous governmental and non-governmental organisations, as well as local citizens, are involved in the collection of PET bottles for recycling. The requirement for polyester staple fibre is further increasing due to a growing population and higher standards of life.

August 15, 2022

Know more about RPET and Virgin PET

Virgin polyester fabric seems to be a preferred option for making bags since it is strong, elastic, resistant to damp, and - most significantly - affordable. But there is a big disadvantage to all these added benefits that cannot be ignored. The ecology is severely harmed throughout the polyester production process. In addition to wasting a tremendous amount of energy, it causes effluent to become contaminated with micro-plastics, chemicals, or other hazardous substances.

August 01, 2022

How the PET bottles outstand different variety of packaging materials

Man is a pro at changing and developing things according to changing needs. This is true for all conceivable products, from innovations to machines to products of daily use and so on. Improvement aims to improve the product both in terms of performance and appearance. For plastic items, however, things are a little different.

July 15, 2022

Innovative products from recycled plastic across various industries

Plastic consumption has become a serious concern recently, considering the huge amounts of plastic waste being dumped in landfills and into the ocean. The more serious thing is that the numbers are predicted to increase, which would mean a threat to the environmental balance.

May 15, 2022

How PET Bottles are Recycled: A General Insight

PET bottles are a great alternative to single-use plastic bottles. They can be recycled and transformed into various useful products. There is a well-defined recycling process that companies need to follow in order to offer high-quality regenerated raw materials for different industries.

April 15, 2022

What is RPSF, its manufacturing process, quality parameters and Why should we promote RPSF?

Our world is producing double the amount of plastic waste as it used to generate two decades ago, this results in a huge volume of plastic waste leaking into the environment and acres of landfills. According to a report published by OECD recently only 9% of plastic waste is recycled successfully and 22% is Mismanaged. According to the Material Recycling Association of India (MRAI), only 30% of waste was recycled in India in 2018, Which includes ferrous scrap, glass, paper, and plastic waste. With climate change, Heatwave and increasing pollution we need to find ways to make our planet a better place for the coming generation.

April 01, 2022

Increasing Demand for Used PET Bottles against Single-use Plastic: RPSF-A Must-needed Revolution

The introduction of plastic was seen as a boon for humankind. Still, with high consumption rates and the chemical properties of plastic, researchers soon warned about the side effects that plastic disposal could lead to. And today, we stand here, struggling against this non-biodegradable waste worldwide. The landfills are being dumped with garbage consisting of different kinds of plastic.

March 16, 2022

Interesting Facts about PET Bottles that People Aren’t Aware of

Plastic has become an integral part of life. However, it is time that we start using it responsibly. People are not aware of the different types of plastics used, which leads to misconceptions. Some types of plastics are HDPE, LDPE, PVC, PET, etc. Each plastic has different properties and compositions. Here, we will be discussing PET plastic, which has become popular because it is recyclable.

March 02, 2022

How Recycling can play a major part in the future

India has been growing fast in all sectors, which has led to the development of unorganized sectors. With new programmes like education for all, supporting girl child, Swachh Bharat, the country is set to grow to new horizons. The clean India movement has seen participation from all segments of society. Recycling and waste management is an integral part of this programme, and the Government is determined to develop effective policies in this segment.

December 11, 2021

The Four R's - Isn't Just a Slogan, but its a Guide

Waste management has evolved into one of the most pressing issues confronting humanity today. All thanks to the tremendous increase in human population and industrial production, we are generating humongous amounts of waste of all kinds. And because of this, wastes can no longer be dumped, buried, or just forgotten.Waste management is not just a routine problem to be handled; it is increasingly becoming an issue of sustainability. Waste management has evolved into a systematic process that includes the collection, transportation, and correct disposal of garbage, sewage, and other waste products, as well as providing numerous options for recycling and repurposing waste.

December 11, 2021

Plastic: It's Not All the Same

We all tend to think that all plastics are the same, but the question arises are all plastics really the same? It's reasonable that many people assume it's all made of the same material from top to bottom. In reality, there are hundreds of different forms of plastic (also known as polymers), but we only deal with a few of them on a regular basis. Understanding the many kinds of plastic is essential for comprehending the complexities of recycling, upcycling, and the health risks connected with plastic. This blog would help you in providing a deeper understanding of different types of plastic.