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Repurposed down offers a circular bedding solution

Swatches | September 1, 2021 | By:

Allied Home’s RENU:700 Performance Recycled Down bedding has been “years in the making,” according to chief operating officer Jonathan Uretsky, and reflects market acceptance of post-consumer products. Photo: Allied Home.

Allied Home, a Montebello, Calif.-based manufacturer of bedding products designed for a better sleep experience, has launched RENU:700 Performance Recycled Down bedding, which the company describes as “the first of its kind on the market.”

By working with a global recycling supply chain, Allied collects postconsumer bedding from Germany, Italy, Russia and North America and reuses the down inside the products for its RENU:700 bedding.

The collected down undergoes an intensive sanitation process at Allied’s facility. It is cleaned with a proprietary DuraWash Method using environmentally safe, bluesign®-approved detergents to meet the strictest levels of cleanliness and high-quality standards. The process results in down clusters and feathers that are resilient and strong. The final product is a lofty 700FP white recycled down, which offers users a fluffy, soft experience with both comfort and support. 

The bedding is certified to the Global Recycling Standard (GRS), a comprehensive and stringent independent certification auditor. This certification ensures that all materials have been collected from post-consumer goods and processed within strict chemical regulations and social compliance guidelines.

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