About Our Mill
As your American-made supply chain partner, we truly believe in the fabrics we produce. We are compliant with CAFTA/USMCA trade agreements allowing us to provide advanced, high-quality, cost-effective fabrics at a competitive speed-to-market rate. Backed by ISO 9001 and 13485 quality management system certifications, we are also proud to be part of a select group of NATIFIC-certified dye houses globally.
Sustainability & Innovation
Sustainability, dependability, and transparency are firmly ingrained in all we do. We constantly strive for strategic and sustainable solutions to complex challenges. From reducing our usage of energy, water, and waste to creating fabrics that align with green initiatives, we employ innovative approaches in our effort to achieve zero landfill and a healthier environment for all.
We participate in a company-wide Continuous Energy Improvement (CEI) program to identify and implement low and no-cost opportunities to save energy. We have also made long-term investments to improve the energy efficiency of our facilities.
Our Waste Management/Recycling Team’s sole objective is to manage the waste stream through recycling and the maximization of waste-to-energy operations. The group also conducts ongoing searches for companies that buy waste for new and different end uses. To create awareness and stimulate demand for recycled materials, we market a range of fabrics with yarns that are made from plastic bottles.
State-of-the-art equipment filters the exhaust from our facilities with 99% efficiency, returning air that is cleaner than the atmosphere. The units require little energy to run and reuse 97% of the water required to operate.
Less water means less energy usage. Therefore, we installed meters on all water-use machines allowing us to measure and monitor–because every drop is precious. We also recycle water, store it for reuse, and have a vigilant leak repair/prevention initiative.