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Published on Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Beximco trials: up-cycling viable on mass production scale

Written by Stacey Dove

Recycled clothingDHAKA – One of Bangladesh’s largest textile manufacturers has completed a series of trials which prove how up-cycling can be viably carried out on a mass-production scale with massive environmental benefits. Beximco carried out the trials working with renowned European up-cycling designer, Dr Reet Aus, and is now looking to tie in with major brands which, says Beximco, “see sustainability as part of their core business.”


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