Tex is Committed to

Sustainable Manufacturing

We look at every aspect of our value chain to be more efficient and to reduce our footprint.

Renewable Energy


Tex has also invested in renewable energy, and owns windmills in parts of India where there is abundance of wind energy. Tex alms to have a negative energy footprint by 2022.


Solar energy plant was installed in Tex India factory in 2015. Electricity generated by Tex's renewable energy projects (solar plant and windmill) is equivalent to more than one fourth of the energy consumed by Tex India plant.

Energy Consumption 2016

Our factories are in parts of the world where energy is a scarce resource, and availability and reliability of electricity and power cannot be taken for granted.

Consequently, our plants utilize innovative energy solutions. Our boilers are powered by bio-fuels instead of electricity, our industrial cooling is done via reclaimed water, and our buildings are designed such that they need minimal temperature control.

Recycled Polyester

Tex efforts in reducing the carbon footprint is evident from its efforts in optimising production process by using recycled water and electricity. Tex recycled polyester zipper uses recycled PET as the raw material instead of virgin PMF. A production process using renewable resources combined with recycled raw materials help Tex in setting up highest standards for recycled polyester zippers in the industry.

Zero Liquid Discharge water reuse system

Tex also has water treatment facilities including ETP and STP. We introduced the Closed Loop Dyeing water system in 2016. Water which comes from dyeing goes to ETP and is treated. The treated water is further used to carry out the dyeing processes.

Rain Water Harvesting

Tex is a pioneer In water saving and recycling measures such as rainwater harvesting, and set up its rainwater set up long before green buildings became the norm. Tex’s rainwater harvesting setup is a Model Site for the Center of Science and Environment(The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is a public interest research and advocacy organisation based in New Delhi. CSE researches into, lobbies for and communicates the urgency of development that is both sustainable and equitable. You can read more about CSE here)

Tex also has water treatment facilities including ETP, STP, and the water from these processes is used for gardening purposes. Further, since the the climate in the places where we run our factories is dry and arid, we reuse a part of reclaimed water for evaporative cooling purposes.