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Published on Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Chinese trio in closed loop initiative

Written by Brett Mathews

closedTOKYO – Employees from Fuji Xerox Co will wear uniforms developed through a polyester textile closed loop recycling system after Teijin Limited teamed up with apparel business, Onward Holdings Co, to design and manufacture a range of uniforms based on Tejin’s Eco Circle. Eco Circle Fibres are manufactured using Teijin’s closed-loop recycling system, Eco Circle, which employs Teijin’s proprietary chemical recycling technology developed in 2000 as the first of its kind in the world.


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