about us

Our team at Meryl Fabrics are passionate about the safety of our environment and our customers.   We could clearly see the detrimental effects that our industry has on the environment we couldn’t let it continue, so our global research started to find the best processes and the best partners to work with to change an industry.  We managed to combine this with design, comfort, quality and wellbeing and put it all at the core of our products and designs, creating safer environments for workers and a cleaner planet for everyone. We continue to improve our processes, eliminating the use of water, energy and chemicals.

Meryl Fabrics are dedicated to reducing the negative impact of the textile industry on the environment, providing large industries with the expertise as we drive forwards into the circular economy and complete sustainability.

The textile industry is one of the largest ocean polluters in the world and one of the biggest wasters of water.  Meryl have created full sourcing and production processes that use no water. We set out with the aim of educating and supplying fabrics that are superior in quality, competitive on price and with a total circular economy, making use of our product not only the most cost effective, but also the most responsible decision.  We also started to investigate the necessity for treated fabrics within healthcare and industry to help reduce the spread of viruses whilst maintaining antibacterial and hypoallergenic textile surfaces.  Textiles is one of the main vectors for transmission of viruses and bacteria and they can remain active on it for days.  Our materials, unlike others on the market, do not shed microfibres which can also contain viruses that enhance the risk of spread.


WRAP’s Carbon Waste and Resources Metric provides a figure of 14,760kg CO2e savings per tonne for closed- loop recycling of textiles as an alternative to landfill


5,000 T-Shirts at an average weight of 0.2kg = 1.00 tonne

1000 x 14,760 = 14.760kg

MERYL 14.8 tonnes of CO2e savings


Combining that with the savings we make from local production and recycling and the reduced transportation needed as we do everything in Europe or nearshore, the reduction is more than double

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5,000 T-Shirts = 3750m fabric 3750 x 200 (litres used for dyeing)

= 750,000 litres
+ the amount req’d to grow crops

MERYL Fabric = Zero water

Meryl Fabrics have created a solution to reduce the use of billions of cubic metres of fresh water and drastically diminish the microplastics  and chemical pollution we release into the environment. We work in Europe, bringing our responsibility home and dealing with theproblem by reusing what we manufacture in all cases.  You can read a more in-depth explanation of our products and technology here: