Marine Microfiber  2024 Malaysia MTE International Invention Exhibition and Invention Competition won the silver medal

Microfibers produced during the manufacturing, use, and washing processes of textiles are discharged into the ocean through washing sewage, causing indirect pollution and affecting marine ecology. It is estimated that about 950,000 tons of microplastics flow into the ocean every year, of which microfibers account for 190,000 tons. After repeated cleaning over a long period of time, the accumulated microfibers burden the global environment. Reducing pollution sources is the only way to effectively control pollution and environmental impact.


Daai Technology uses 100% recycled PET raw materials, and develops new recycled polyester fiber products through recycled raw material modification technology, ultra-fine fiber inhibitory functional masterbatch development and fiber spinning process control to reduce the waste of polyester textiles during use. Yield. The microfiber content reduces marine microfiber pollution from the washing process. In addition to effectively reusing renewable resources, it can also reduce pollution and impact on the marine environment, elevate the beauty of environmental protection to a higher level, and further implement sustainable development goals. 14 Marine Ecology also won the gold medal recognition at the 2023 Taiwan IIIC International Innovation and Invention Competition, and again won the silver medal at the Malaysia MTE International Invention Exhibition and Invention Competition in 2024. Further enhancing the added value of recycled PET fiber will help resource recycling and promote the implementation of environmentally sustainable development.

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