Our Process

What do we do?

With a high demand for man-made fibres in the textile industry and a chance to save the environment, we started the production of Recycled Polyester Recycled Fibres (R-PRF) for the modified cotton spinning system. R-PRFs can be altered and tailored to client requirements. It can also be transformed into a wide range of consumer products from apparel, furnishing, filling, geotextile to many more.

How we do it

High-quality fibres made sustainably by streaming plastic from waste is what we do the best.

Flow chart

  • Source Waste Plastics :-
    Used PET bottles are collected from different source points and segregated for
  • Make the Chips : –
    Waste plastics are refined by washing, chopping, grinding and then formulated into high-quality chips.
  • Process the Chips : –
    Chips are then processed through refining machinery and are prepared for fibre making.
  • Produce the Fibre : –
    Chips are melted to liquid polymer, extruded through tiny spinnerets openings, and produced into long fibres.

What Makes Us So Different?

Location: Bhaluka, Mymensingh
Land Area: Eight Bigha
Facilities: ETP, Solar plant, Production unit
Located strategically on one of the oldest business hubs of Mymensingh, the Raw
Tech plant is designed and engineered to produce high-quality man-made fibre
from waste plastic with zero-emission.

Our Zero Waste Plant

What Makes Our Production Plant So Unique?

When we make PolyStar, our star product, wereuse, reduce and recycle almost all materials we use in the production process:

  • Water used in the plant are reused through State-of-the-Art ETP with zero chemicals mused
  • We use 65% less power than traditional virgin fibre producing plants.
  • We do not use water to dye our polyester staple fibres.
  • Recycled concrete blocks and green materials are used for construction.
  • Alternative power source, Solar Energy, is used for auxiliary power.

How Does Raw Tech Limited Provide Value?

Daily we work towards making a change by recycling PET bottles and other plastics into high-value fibres that can be used by textile industries. We also contribute to the advancement of Bangladesh’s Textile sector by meeting 2.5% of the annual demand yearly. But with demand increasing by 12.5%, we plan to expand further in the future for more customised fibres. With this, we will also be able to provide further employment and more opportunities to future generations.

Energy Consumption:

  • PET bottles into Hot Washed Flakes= 0.12 KWh of Electrical Energy
  • Washed Flakes into Polyester Fibres= 0.67 kWh Electrical Energe
  • PET bottles into Polyester Fibres= 0.79 KWh of Electrical Energy