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MILAN – Textile manufacturer Texon has announced new sustainability targets as it strives to become a zero waste company.

As part of its Zerofootprint strategy, the company has outlined ambitious plans to ensure 90 per cent of its waste is recycled or reused, its carbon footprint and utilisation of virgin materials is halved and water usage and waste water is cut by 20 per cent, all by 2025.

“At the start of a new decade, we’re renewing our commitment to sustainability and pledging to do more in collaboration with our customers and supply base,” Texon’s CEO, Jelle Tolsma, has said.

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