RECYCLED LEATHER

The process of recycling leather involves treating and recycling leather residues that are discarded by tanneries and other leather product industries and using it in the production of composite materials. To recycle leather, the resulting blend of shredded leather material (containing 70% natural leather) is glued  together with resin. The end result is an environmentally safe and clean product which gives the feel, weight, and durability of leather, but does so without polluting the environment. Because of using recycled material, in the production there may occur differences in colour tone

 

RECYCLED LEATHER

The process of recycling leather involves treating and recycling leather residues that are discarded by tanneries and other leather product industries and using it in the production of composite materials. To recycle leather, the resulting blend of shredded leather material (containing 70% natural leather) is glued  together with resin. The end result is an environmentally safe and clean product which gives the feel, weight, and durability of leather, but does so without polluting the environment. Because of using recycled material, in the production there may occur differences in colour tone