Pacific Coast Feather offers Rejuve, other eco-goods
April 8, 2009,
Seattle – Basic bedding manufacturer Pacific Coast Feather Company (PCFC) has received a good response to the debut of its trademarked Rejuve Reclaimed Eco-Fiber.
“We’re excited to expand our offering in the eco-friendly product category,” said Fritz Kruger, svp of marketing. “And proud to be a part of the growing movement to find creative ways to reduce unnecessary waste. For every pillow we make with our Reclaimed Eco-Fiber, we’re able to keep 27 bottles from going into a landfill.”
The fiber is made from 100% clear post-consumer recycled 2-liter soda bottles, the company said.
In addition to its Rejuve line Pacific Coast, founded 125 years ago, also offers products filled with Ingeo blown, cluster and garnet fibers; Ingeo is a sustainable biopolymer fiber fill derived from annually renewable raw materials.
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