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DENVER – US start-up ReCircled has announced that it will open two new sorting facilities as it looks to aid brands in their shift to a circular economy.

The sites, located in Nebraska and Prato, Italy, have been configured to support both American and European businesses and will manage both reusable and non-reusable garments to provide efficient streams for either product resale or recycling.

“After several decades in the fashion industry this project is one that allows the brands I have worked with over the years to become responsible to the environment and allows them to reach a customer they have not reached in the past,” said Tom Ott, of ReCircled.

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