Israeli Nylon producer Nilit released its sustainability report


Nilit, a leading producer of high-quality Nylon 6.6 for apparel and owner of the Sensil sustainable yarns brand, has published its sustainability report covering 2017 to 2020.

The document, entitled “Making Nylon Sustainable”, details the Israeli company’s achievements to improve its environmental footprint and its plans to positively influence the textile and apparel industry to choose more sustainable products and use them in more responsible ways.

«Sustainability is a core value at Nilit» says Ilan Melamed, General Manager. «We are dedicated to providing the most consumer-relevant, highest quality, and most sustainable premium Nylon 6.6 products to the apparel market. We continually invest in operations and product development to attain this goal, leveraging our partnerships throughout the supply chain. Making Nylon Sustainable captures our vision and our commitment to environmental and social responsibility, and we are very pleased to make this public statement».

Through collaboration with brands, retailers, customers, employees, and vendors, Nilit has developed an extensive portfolio of sustainable premium Nylon 6.6 products under its Sensil consumer brand. Also, Nilit says it has been applauded for its many sustainability achievements in its facilities worldwide, especially its innovations in clean energy cogeneration that reduced CO2 by 40% and eliminated emissions of toxic gases.

In addition, the Nilit Total Product Sustainability program ensures that all Nilit products meet stringent criteria for responsible production. The company also introduced QR Codes in all Sensil hangtags. Produced with FSC paper and distributed on certified garments from worldwide brands, these hangtags guarantee authenticity and provide more information to consumers about the technologies and benefits of premium Nylon, says Nilit.