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Published on Friday, 16 October 2015

Closed loop tech takes steps to commercialisation

Written by Brett Mathews

WAKEFIELD - A US tech business which has patented technology that breaks down post-consumer cotton garment waste and converts it into new fibres has told Ecotextile News it has commissioned a new report with the aim of isolating all garment waste within a 500 mile radius of its first facility. The move by the business represents a significant step towards commercialising its pioneering technology which aims to close the loop in textile production.


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