KINGSPORT — Eastman, the producer of Naia cellulosic fibre, has claimed further progress in its ongoing work to increase its recycling capabilities.

The latest development comes in the form of ‘carbon renewal technology’ which the company says can recycle some of the most complex plastic waste into the building blocks of materials such as textiles and nonwovens.

This follows the firm’s recent pledge to pursue the launch of an ‘innovative advanced circular recycling technology’ that is able to recover the value of polyester waste which at present cannot be recycled by existing mechanical methods. 

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