Tejidos Royo has developed a Sustainable Global · Denim & Sportswear (PFD) · Collection. "Our objective is to give the market the best product without sequels for the future"

14 Enero, 2019


As part of our DNA, in Tejidos Royo we are guiding the textile industry to the new era of sustainability and Protection of Human Rights throughout the whole Value Chain. 

We are committed and continuously reinvesting in talent, business innovation, tecnology, processes and machinery. Being innovative allows us to improve and make the world a better place for all, be more competitive and offer the market products with differential value in textile world.

Always making decisions in favor of the Environment in a transparent and traceable way, we constantly review our processes, making them more and more efficient. We have managed to reduce the environmental impact in the different areas and we continue working, from all departments, on our Sustainability Plan for the coming years.

OUR OBJECTIVE IS to give the market the best product without sequels for the future. We develop trendy, innovative and sustainable fabrics. We create FABRIC WITH VALUES




* All our products can be manufactured with BCI COTTON *UNDER REQUEST *


About Better Cotton

This initiative is committed to sustainable cotton production, based on three key pillars; Environment, Social and Economic. BCI is obtained under controlled prices, having direct contact with the farmers by avoiding intermediaries, and by providing decent work conditions in the producing countries.

Raw Materials - Cotton Obtained following BCI criteria

  • BCI Controls the working conditions as well as the chemicals used, in order to respect the rights of workers.
  • It applies better cultivation techniques and promotes the reduction of the use of pesticides and chemicals harmful to people and the environment.
  • To guarantee the traceability of the raw material, there is a credit transfer system, depending on the purchased / supplied material.
  • Both the supplier and the customer must be registered with BCI to make the transfer of credits corresponding to the BCI chain of custody.




In TEJIDOS ROYO, we support the shift towards an efficient and traceable economy in the use of resources, through the RECYCLED LINE – An Upcycling Strategy – of responsable product based on the use of post-consumer textile waste.

The production processes of recycled fabrics and fibers, consume less water & energy, less natural resources and generate less waste so that their environmental impact is less.


  • Stretch: Thanks to its great elasticity a tight size will be perfectly adapted to your body, increasing the comfort feeling.
  • Post Consumer: In the process, we use part of recycled yarn from used garments to create the fabrics.
  • Upcycling: When recycled fabrics can have the same quality as a new one.



The full Recycled Denim Collection, which includes fabrics containing more than 20% of Recycled yarns (cotton and polyester mainly), count with the International External Guaranty of “Global Recycled Standard (GRS). This certification monitors the flow of materials throughout the full production chain, which helps to strengthen the credibility of all the products obtained at our Factory.




Refibra™ branded lyocell fibers as the solution for circular economy

Refibra™ fibers are reinventing TENCEL™ fibers. Based on the technology of TENCEL™ fibers, Refibra™ fibers are an exceptional innovation and quite probably the most sustainable fibers from natural raw materials.

The need for clothing will have doubled by the year 2025. 80% of the clothing we throw away ends up in landfills. An estimated 50 million tons of clothing are thrown away every year.

Refibra™ fibers, the new TENCEL™ fibers, are made from pulp that contains cotton scraps left over from cutting operations and wood. The fibers are produced in the lyocell production process. Worldwide, Lenzing is the first manufacturer to offer cellulose fibers featuring recycled material on a commercial scale and is a pioneer with this technology. Reducing the need to extract additional raw materials from nature lowers the impact on natural resources.

Step 1: Cotton waste turn into pulp.

Step 2: Eucalyptus wood, from the production process of the TENCEL™ fiber (which helps a more environmentally friendly consumption by consuming less water) also becomes pulp.

Step 3: The pulps are mixed together: 20% liquid cellulose cotton compound + 80% TENCEL ™ cellulose.

Step 4: Add solvent (biodegradable and 95,5% recycled) to undo the pulp.

Step 5: A new fiber is born= Refibra™ branded lyocell fiber






We are pioneers to find the solution of Recycled Sportswear fabrics.

The R&D team of Tejidos Royo has discovered a new process that solves "the big problem" of the presence of foreign fibers in the spinning and dyeing process of recycled Sportswear fabrics. The manufacturing process of this type of recycled fabric is done using recycled pre-consumer fibers.

As a result, we obtain the first Upgraded Sportswear fabric; a cotton item in PFD (Prepared For Dye) and Piece Dye version of premium quality and regular finishes, where clean colors are obtained in both light and dark tones. 






 65% Water Savings




For Tejidos Royo Innovation, Design & Sustainability go hand in hand.

This year, TEJIDOS ROYO goes further with DRY INDIGO®, making a strong investment in a new machine to become, once again, Pioneers and market leaders, this time, in Indigo Dyeing without water, reducing water consumption to 0%.

Jose Royo is extremely enthusiastic on what this new discovery will mean:

“The change has such a magnitude , that it will change and redefine the way we understand indigo dyeing until now. There will not be a need for large infrastructures anymore. From now on, Indigo dye is not longer a “water intensive“ industry. "Hard to believe but, in less than 20 meters, the yarn will be dyed, translating into flexibility for our customers, energy costs savings and water savings…”


What is Dry Indigo?

(0% Water in Indigo Dyeing)

“Every year we consume resources at a level that far excedes what the earth can produce in a sustainable way in a long term”

Nowadays the Denim Industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. More tan 1.000 million of Denim Jeans are manufactured per year.

The production Process of 1 DENIM TROUSERS has a measurable impact of:

Tejidos Royo´s R&D Team, together with the Gaston and IMD Team, has found the way to create a 100% SUSTAINABLE INDIGO DYEING PROCESS