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Published on Monday, 10 October 2016

EU funding for textile sorting technology pilot

Written by Brett Mathews

AMSTERDAM – Dutch sustainability consultancy Circle Economy has announced that it has received €3.5 million of funding for a project which aims to demonstrate the viability of smart textile sorting technology for the broader textile recycling industry. The money will be used to demonstrate the effectiveness of the 'fibresort' technology on a demo plant scale as the project partners seek to drive wider industry uptake of the technology. Circle Economy contributed a section on how to transition to textile sector to a circular business model through improved sorting technology in the recently published Closing the Loop 100 page report


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