Sri Lanka T-20 World Cup Jersey made by MAS from …
(MENAFN- NewsIn.Asia) Colombo, October 19 (AdaDerana) – MAS Holdings continued its commitment to recovering plastic waste by disrupting the pollution cycle and manufacturing the Sri Lanka ICC T-20 World Cup jersey in using fugitive plastics collected around the island. MAS Active, together with their supply chain partners TRISCHEL Fabric (Pvt) Ltd and Eco Spindles Sri Lanka, have leveraged their combined capabilities to turn waste PET scraps into recycled polyester, which is then manufactured Made of high quality wearable material.
The Sri Lanka Cricket 2021 T-20 World Cup Jersey meets international sportswear standards, maintaining fit, comfort, breathability and high absorption. The design of the 2021 jersey is inspired by the scales and texture of the Black Ruby Barb, a tropical fish endemic to Sri Lanka, as well as peacock feather elements taken from the iconic country dance masks that are traditionally symbolic of protection and of security.
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“We hope the jerseys worn by the Sri Lanka cricket team remind the public to reuse plastic products and responsibly recycle their waste.” said Sarinda Unamboowe, CEO of MAS Kreeda.
This is not the first time that the selection of Sri Lankan cricket team jerseys made from 100% recycled materials will champion the theme of sustainability on the international stage. In 2019, more than 30,000 PET bottles collected from beaches in Sri Lanka were turned into recycled polyester, which was used to create the 2019 World Cup jersey for the Sri Lanka cricket team. In 2020, MAS stepped up its efforts by collectively recycling 21 million fugitive PET bottles. âWe pride ourselves on our continuous innovation and manufacturing capabilities which help disrupt Sri Lanka’s pollution cycle,â said Nimesh Amalean, Managing Director – Business at MAS Active.
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Using the World Cup as a springboard, MAS continued in 2019 its efforts to tackle the problem of fugitive plastic waste, setting up 10 large plastic cricket ball-shaped bins as collection points for dumped plastic waste. along the coast line of Sri Lanka. In an effort to create behavior change, over the years MAS has partnered with the Marine Environment Protection Agency (MEPA), Sri Lanka Navy and Eco Spindles to organize the clean-up of the beaches around the island.
In order to solve the problem of marine plastic litter at the source, MAS set up a pilot floating litter trap named âOcean Strainerâ in the Dehiwala Canal in August 2020, which prevented approximately 67,000 kilograms of litter from reach the ocean in its first year of settlement.
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