Multi award winning pioneer in sustainable textiles, Meryl Fabrics is celebrating the latest in a long line of much coveted accolades, after being announced as a Finalist in the Water Conservation category in the National Sustainability Awards 2023.
This follows the business achieving Finalist status in the Innovation category in the same awards scheme last year – a year in which Meryl Fabrics secured an impressive 11 winner, highly commended and finalist trophies presented by international and UK bodies in recognition of their firm’s significant achievements in achieving sustainability with textile innovation. And following this, the pioneering firm has secured another five major finalist accolades to date in 2023.
Peter Broom, Co-founder and Technical Innovator, Meryl Fabrics comments: “We feel honoured to receive such high recognition once again from the judges of this extremely prestigious awards scheme, particularly when reviewing the quality of the other shortlisted organisations.
“We are now very much looking forward to attending the award evening in London in October, and meeting the other finalists and judges.”
The National Sustainability Awards 2023 organisers state: “Although the awards are a celebration, they also serve to show how our society can, with good leadership, be lead through the post-pandemic recovery into a new and more sustainable path. The issues have not stood still, and neither have the solutions, but it is important that these ideas are seen and adopted. We are looking for the best in every category, from finance to renewables, from insulation to water conservation, all are important to ensure that future generations will be able to live in a cleaner, greener world.”
Driven by problem solving, the award-winning Meryl Fabrics uses Nylstar Hydrogen bonding technology to enhance the molecular structure of fibres; seal-in microplastics within the yarn and improve the durability of garments. Their continual innovation in Meryl Eco Dye offers a waterless dyeing process, saving thousands of litres of water during manufacture of fabric as they re-engineer the present of apparel. Meryl Fabrics seeks to replace cotton with its exceptionally soft touch fabrics that feature natural stretch and moisture management properties that are designed to be recycled and offer other businesses a fully circular model in one place.