Avery Dennison® Ecotach? Recycled (rPA) Fasteners

Item number: 62020

Category: Recycled & biodegradable stitching threads


starting from 18,95 €

Excluding 19% VAT. , plus shipping (DHL)

Old price: 28,00 €
Available now!

There are variations of this item. Please select the variation you wish.

Sustainable Apparel Tagging Solution

Our Ecotach Recycled (rPA) Fasteners meet the needs of environmentally

conscious retailers, brand owners and consumers who want to reduce

their environmental footprint. Switching to our Recycled (rPA) Fasteners

for tag/label attaching demonstrates brand innovation and environmental


Lower Landfills


Ecotach Recycled (rPA) Fasteners are made of recycled polyamide (rPA).

The environmental benefit created by using at least 70% ?post consumer?

waste from recycled carpet is substantial:

? Every master carton of fasteners eliminates 60 sq ft (5.5 sq meters) of

carpet which is equivalent to half the sq ft of an average size bedroom in

the US*

* The average size of a bedroom in the US is 132sq ft in a home under 2500sq ft.

Industry Insights


Did you know that Americans discard about 1.5-2 Million tons of carpet

each year (according to a case study on recycling post consumer carpet

by Carnegie Mellon University)? Almost all of this carpet is hauled away

and disposed of in landfills, at a cost of roughly $100 million a year.

According to How Stuff Works, Nylon is the most common carpet fiber on

the market today, accounting for almost 65% of U.S. carpet sales. It is a

highly resilient material that contains valuable chemical compounds that

can be recovered and reused. This is why it is important to recycle nylon

carpet instead of throwing it in the landfill.

Design Versatility

? Available in ½? and 2? Fine Fabric? Clip forms

? Available in dark and light gray colors

? Application is simple and quick with our Fine Fabric? tools

rPA EcoTach? Fine Fabric Heftfaden auf Clips/Rispe aus recyceltem Nylon - englische Beschreibung

SCS Certificate rPA Ecotach - englisch

Country of origin: China