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Published on Wednesday, 20 April 2016

From Haiti trash to textiles

Written by Tommy Lee

MUNICH – A US business which collects plastic waste from alongside canals and other waterways in Haiti and Hondurus and converts them into fabric has confirmed to Ecotextiles News it will launch its first major apparel line with Timberland next year and is also working with several other leading outdoor brands. Brett Mathews reports from Performance Days in Munich.


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