By The Numbers

What We Do

Recycled polyester is produced from raw material waste, which would otherwise go to a landfill. There are two different categories of recycled polyester: post-industrial and post-consumer.

 

Post-Industrial

Post-industrial waste is generated during the manufacturing process of upstream polyester and plastic products. This can be from virgin fiber producers, tire cord manufacturers, polymerization plants, and many other plastic products.

 

Post-Consumer

Post-consumer waste is recovered from the consumer supply chain, primarily from beverage bottles, which are recycled and then ground and processed as a polyester staple fiber feedstock.

 

Industry Leadership

Educate your business development team about extensive synthetic fiber types that are available globally.
Connect your development team with other customers that are in similar industries where relationships are mutually beneficial.
Provide cost savings solutions related to lean manufacturing practices where inventory turns are a top priority.

Infinity Polyester

 

Infinity Polyester is a recycled polyester fiber brand produced domestically by Stein Fibers, Ltd.

Infinity Polyester launches the U.S. polyester industry into a more environmentally friendly future. Stein Fibers, Ltd. is committed to providing value added fiber solutions while maintaining an environmentally sustainable business.

Infinity Polyester
Infinity Polyester offers two different levels of certified raw material streams.

Gold: 100% post consumer polyester bottle flake

Silver: At least 30% post consumer bottle flake. The remainder is post industrial reclaimed polyester

Benefits

  • Made in USA
  • Just-in-time delivery Efficient product customization
  • Environment
  • Diversion from landfills
  • Quality
  • Post consumer bottle flake provides superior fiber properties
  • Marketing
  • 100% Certified recycled content