Recycled Cotton

The process of recycling can divert many products from landfills. According to the Council for Textile Recycling, annual textile waste is estimated to equal 25 billion pounds.
The amount of energy, water, and dye use is reduced from using a product that has already been processed. The savings are achieved through offsetting the production of new materials. Since recycled cotton yarns most commonly are sourced from pre-consumer textile scraps that are sorted by color, the yarns are already dyed.
The CO2 and fossil fuel emission savings can be partially offset by using existing materials. However, the collection, processing, and shipping of cotton scraps or clothing can reduce or neutralize some of these savings.
Recycled cotton is a great option for reducing textile waste and repurposing for lower grade products .


Haksa produces regenerated yarn in different colors and thickness by blending recycled cotton fibers with other raw materials in certain proportions.
We offer different products and solutions to our business partners with innovative technologies for the production process.
We carry out our production activities taking into account a sustainable and environmentally friendly production process.


Cotton Incorporated’s Lifestyle Monitor™ research shows that consumers are seeking out recycled materials. Research shows that 24% of consumers are willing to pay more for clothing or home textiles that are labeled as recycledand 32% of consumers who plan on purchasing clothing or home textiles will look for recycledclothing.

SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT  “ With our hundreds of employees we contribute to the sustainable employment of our industry and region.
Domestic employment increase

We achieved an increase of %10 Total number of Employees


Employee satisfaction survey was conducted and finalized by an idependent market research company.

According to the SURVEY

xx% Loyalty rate

xx% Motivation rate

xx% Satisfaction rate

Women Friendly COMPANY
Number of Female Employees xx Female Employment Rate xx% Female Executives

Women – friendly

Number of Women Employees xx

Female Employment Ratio %xx

Female managers