Waverley Mills has officially united all recycled products into one line: Waverley Mills Recycled.
Waverley Mills chief executive Andrew Cuccurullo said the mill used to make recycled blankets for charities 50 years ago, and had recently restarted the practice of manufacturing products with recycled wool.
"We saw there was a great opportunity to make these beautiful recycled blankets as a product," he said.
"They've been part of the Waverley Mills range for about three years now but they've been selling really well."
Since then, the wool manufacturer has expanded to using used jeans and other material waste streams to combine with re-used wool for products such as throws.
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"We get post-use jeans in, we cut them up, they get ragged and then turned into pulp or fibre," Mr Cuccurullo said.
"That fibre then gets mixed in with our own recycled wool we have from our own process."
Mr Cuccurullo said the products have become noticeably popular as the trend of creating sustainable products continues to grow.
"The recycling part of it has become a big part of our production ... it really is starting to gather momentum in the marketplace," he said.
Mr Cuccurullo added the mill would be collaborating with other companies and combining waste streams to make new products next year.