About Ecomax

Ecomax mainly focuses on environmentally friendly Eco recycled products. With the support of family members, staffs, customers and well wishers Ecomax products have now spread over to Europe, America, Asia and other countries. Ecomax will continue to devote and strive to create an eco friendly environment for the good of all.

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Eco-Textile Godfather

The current chairman, Mr. Mark, said “I grew up in a textile factory and I am aware of the fabrics, yarns, and production process and after my father retires, I will take over his business.” In 1993, Mark accidentally heard a speech from Cheng Yen, founder of the Tzu Chi foundation, saying “Use your applauding hands to do recycling”. This made Mark think about how to use his own textile background and devote his work to environmental protection.

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Brands

PETSPUN®

RPET fibers & fabrics are made from 100% post-consumer PET drinking bottles, reducing the waste that might get into the environment or landfills, while saving energy, reducing CO2 emissions, and lowering the use of petrochemical materials.

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BAMBOO CHARCOAL FIBER

Bamboo charcoal is made up of pieces of bamboo, which are taken from plants five years or older and burned inside an oven at temperatures over 800 to 1200 °C. The bamboo charcoal is created by heating bamboo at temperatures of 800~1200 degrees and then the charcoal itself is processed and mixed in with fabrics as part of the growing field of nanotechnology.

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SILICON ENERGY FIBER

Sri-Lanka has abundant mineral ore on the whole island and the crystal produced is the most pure with silicon content up to 99.5% ~ 99.7%. Silicon is the basic raw materials of Hi-Tech and semi-conductive industry.

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RECYCLED RICE HUSK FIBER

South and Southeast Asia account for over 90% of the world’s rice production. Rice husk is a major by-product of the rice-milling industry and is abundantly available. However, rice husks have been considered a waste which causes disposal problems. Rice husk has been recognized as a potential source of energy. Researchers have developed the gasification of rice husks to run purely on waste instead of edible raw materials –transforming waste into valuable material.

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e-Reco®

Recycled PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) – Recycling from abandoned windshields and glass. The overall objective is to help find a practical and sustainable use for waste glass from vehicles.

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RECYCLED OYSTER SHELLS FIBER

Taiwan has a history of oyster breeding for many years. The main oyster breeding area is located on the western coast of Taiwan, from north of Taiwan Hsinchu, and to Dapeng Bay in the south. The vast expanse of oyster farm brings unlimited economic value but abandoned oyster shells are disposed along the coast.

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RECYCLED SORGHUM DISTILLER’S FIBER

The Kinmen Winery consumes 50,000 metric tons of sorghum each year, adding the weight of water and producing 100,000 tons of sorghum distiller’s grains. The highest day can produce more than 250 metric tons of distiller’s grains per day. Some distiller’s grains will become animal husbandry feed, but the remaining distiller’s grains will become waste and add to bring the burden of the environment.

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Weaving the beauty of fifty years of craftsmanship

Professional & friendly environmental textile research & development that makes you can feel comfortable wearing clothes.

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