Workwear for railway workers from plastic bottles

Workwear for railway workers from plastic bottles. Engel Workwear has released a line of high-visibility light clothing that is made up of 50% recycled plastic bottles, informs Railway Supply magazine citing the Railway Gazette.

Workwear for railway workers

Recycled polyester fibers made from plastic bottles are combined with 40% cotton and 10% standard polyester to create a stylish and durable fabric. The manufacturer claims that this provides significant energy, water and CO2 savings.

The assortment includes overalls made from 37 plastic bottles, work jackets (20 bottles), trousers (19 bottles) with knee pad pockets and elastic belts, overalls (23 bottles) and shorts (14 bottles).

There is also a special assortment for women.

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