100% Recycled
Yarn & Fabrics


1 – Collection of textile wastes
Cotton fibers can be recycled  from the wastes that comes out during the process of fabric manufacturing.

2 – Re-cycling process of collected Textile wastes to cotton fibers
During the recycling process, the wastes which are collected and separated becomes ready for cotton tearing machines which grinds them into the tiny pieces. The carding process are carried out several more times for well cleaning and mixing of the recycled cotton fibers.  The recycled fibers are ready for spinning after the latest processes.

3 – Yarn Production from  100% recycled Fibers
The recycled raw materials are blended according to the specifications determined to the demands of our customers.
Yarns produced in  Haksa Factory using a blend of recycled cotton fibres and repreve ( produced from the recycling of over 50,000 waste plastic bottles collected from coastlines) are completely eco friendly and sustainable.

Steps of Production:

Haksa has been producing eco friendly and sustainable yarns from re-cycled raw materials since 1986. Combining over 30 years of experience in the sector with the expertise and  energy of our young and dynamic team we offer our business partners the most suitable solutions according to their needs.

4 – Fabric Production from  100% recycled Yarns
In Haksa’s knitting factory, which is its integrated facility and completed in 2013, Haksa uses its own recycled  yarns to produce eco friendly fabrics in various colors and weights.

5 – Reuse of Ecofriendly Fabrics
Haksa contributes positively to the protection of nature by producing eco friendly fabrics from recycling of textile waste. It also supports the economy by using textile wastes in its production process in stead of limited sources.

6 – Global Recycle Standart Certificate (GRS )
The GRS is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of re cycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices  and chemical restrictions. The GRS certificate that Haksa has since 2013 has been confirmed that its products which are obtained from recycled from textile wastes are proper in international recycling standards.

7 – U Trust®Certificate program
The U Trust® verification program is a comprehensive certification program designed to provide customers using REPREVE ®  with the highest level of transparency. Each and every fabric contains FiberPrint ®, a proprietary tracer technology used to analyze and validate REPREVE fiber content claims and composition.

8 – Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX®
The STANDARD 100 by  OEKO-TEX®i is a worldwide consistent, independent testing  and certification system for raw, semi-finished textile products at all processing levels, as well as accessory materials used..



Haksa research and development team follows the latest recycling innovations and techniques offers  the new yarn mix and colours for the customers.
Haksa positions itself as one of the pioneers of recycled cotton manufacturer


Haksa works together in coordination with the manufacturer’s expectations and directions to present a variety of options for its clients.
Haksa’s experienced and creative  yarn manufacturing team  follow and research the latest trends. They are able to apply them according to the clients’  concepts and needs.


Raw material is the key for a sustainable product.
Haksa Provides a great start point from  design to production as recycled cotton yarn offers  an unique sustainable raw material for fashion designers.


Fast fashion needs fast delivery.
Working processes are shortened with verticaly intigrated companies. Haksa ‘s  continuous quality and  innovation research capability is perfectly combined on time delivery with orders.


Educated and experienced workforce. We invest in the training and education of our teams to adapt to the rapidly changing work and production environment.


Haksa acts according to the needs and structure of the customers and closely follows trends and innovations. We work on different compositions and sustainable materials to offer a wide range of products.


Haksa owns SEDEX standart in its facilities.
Supports the staff and working Enviroment with international  standards.


To be able to ensure service and product quality  Haksa believes in continuous  attention to detail and quality know-how. To achieve this, Haksa sets  the client’s quality requirements, procedures, and guidelines  as definite targets of the company.


Sustainability continues to be at the forefront of product decisions, brand initiatives, and strategic planning in the textile industry. The use of recycled materials, including recycled cotton, is a growing topic of interest within the sustainability umbrella. Recycled cotton is not a new concept to the textile and apparel market, but as manufacturers, brands, and retailers continue to evaluate their supply chain footprint, the interest in recycled cotton has grown.