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Tex Visions is proud to manufacture products in a clean, eco-friendly manner. As a leading supplier of the highest quality advertising flags, banners, and displays, we strive to care for our environment. Our staff practices and encourages recycling of cans, bottles, and paper products in addition to our environmentally-friendly printing process and fabrics.
Caring for our future
Many of our printed fabrics are polyester, which is made with recycled materials. Overall, polyester causes less harm to the environment, particularly when compared to vinyl. Polyester has more resilience than other traditional substrates as it is quick drying, resistant to mold and mildew, and is easy to clean. Polyester lasts longer than other substrates without tearing, flaking, and fading making polyester a great choice for long lasting promotional products with little damaging effects to the environment.
All textile fabrics have been tested for harmful substances according to the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. Certification number 09.0.72745
(The Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 is a globally uniform testing and certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate and end products at all stages of production. Testing for harmful substances includes illegal substances, legally regulated substances, and known harmful (but not legally regulated) chemicals. Products are tested for harmful substances based on the intended use of the textile. Tex Visions falls into Product Class IV, which tests furnishing materials like tablecloths as well as textile banners and wall coverings. To learn more, visit www.oeko-tex.com.)
ECO-FRIENDLY PRINTING PROCESS
Tex Visions uses the reverse osmosis reclamation process to successfully use and reuse water. With this highly advanced filtration method, recycled water can be reused for the production process multiple times. The reverse osmosis process has little to no environmental impact and is most commonly known for its use in drinking water purification.
The screen and digital dyes used in our printing processes are inert. The inks are water-based, which cause little to no damage to the environment as opposed to inks made from harmful chemicals.