Prosetex has always been committed to intensive research and development activity aimed at an entrepreneurial project (which we could also call Mission) which aims to combine innovation, taste and creativity with sustainability and corporate ethics.

Hence the project "Green Attitude" which aims to propose to the market both natural and synthetic fiber fabrics, also made with fibers derived from controlled and certified supply chains.
In particular the traditional velvets - for which Prosetex is known worldwide and recognized as an excellence of Made in Italy - are made with Viscosa FSC This type of viscose is derived from a controlled and certified supply chain, so as to implement a responsible use of forest resources.
GRS certified natural and synthetic fibers have also been researched and identified which derive directly from a recovery and recycling process, in view of the new circular economy course.

In particular:
. fabrics and velvets in recycled polyester, with fiber derived from the plastic recovery chain,
. fabrics and velvets in recycled cotton and wool, obtained from a process of recovery and regeneration of disused clothes.

It should also be noted that the cotton and polyester yarns used for our velvets and fabrics are OEKOTEX certified

Lastly we recall the attention to compliance with Reach regulations on the part of our suppliers of dyeing services, of finishing and finishing of fabrics and velvets.

Finally, collaboration continues with the Milan Polytechnic which has already produced the filing of 5 patent applications for the development of a fire retardant resin for the back spreading of velvets and fabrics, which does not contain antimony trioxide and in general halogenated and products harmful to health.

A process and a product have been studied and developed that, based on the use of nano particles deriving from carbonaceous materials, can combine:
. eco sustainability
. performance in terms of fire resistance as required by current regulations with low costs
. application systems identical to the procedures normally used in the textile industry.