Core 116 - Mario Bellucci
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Core 116

Core 116
GRS certified
60% RECYCLED CONTENT
LESS waste, MORE creativity.

WATER REPELLENT

BREATHABLE

WINDPROOF

Traditional Heritage meets Creative Innovation
To intercept today’s needs and anticipate tomorrow’s trends.
Recycled fabrics’ roots run deep in the history of Prato, heart of Made in Italy‘s textile industry. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Prato’s textile makers were mindful of material resource waste.
It is by virtue of this centuries old tradition improved over time by our passionate commitment to innovation that we are now able to look towards a future of highly advanced technological fabrics.
Core 116 is made from 65% wool: the most reusable, recyclable and biodegradable fiber on the planet. Moreover, its production process employs only organic and natural substances.
Lanificio Mario Bellucci SpA has adopted the 4sustainability® Chemical Management Protocol aimed at guaranteeing full respect for ecological and environmental regulations, in line with the most stringent international standards and the ZDHC MRSL.
Core 116 is GRS certified which guarantees the presence of recycled content, with environmental and social requirements throughout the whole supply chain.
TechnoWool, also known as Core 116, is made from 65% wool, which is the most reusable, recyclable and biodegradable fiber on the planet. Moreover, its production process employs only organic and natural substances.
Lanificio Mario Bellucci SpA has adopted the 4sustainability® Chemical Management Protocol aimed at guaranteeing full respect for ecological and environmental regulations, in line with the most stringent international standards and the ZDHC MRSL.
TechnoWool is GRS certified which guarantees the presence of recycled content, with environmental and social requirements throughout the whole supply chain.

GLOBAL WARMING
(GWP100A)

WATER
DEPLETION

CUMULATIVE
ENERGY DEMAND

For every kg produced this fabric saves:

VEGETATION
ON LAND

MARINE
WILDLIFE

ENERGY
CONSUMPTION

RECYCLED WOOL
This data is based on generally accepted LCA databases, international studies and literature.