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Published on Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Schoeller and DutchSpirit develop recyclable fabrics

Written by Brett Mathews

ST GALLEN – Schoeller Textil has developed a new range of recyclable workwear clothing using specially developed polyester fibres which, it claims, have "a look and feel that is highly reminiscent of cotton" and can be fully recycled at the end of their life. The new Inspire range has been developed in conjunction with Holland-based sustainable fashion business DutchSpirit.

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