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LONDON – The UK government has announced that it will invest £22.5 million to establish five state-of-the-art research centres across England which will vie to reduce waste and boosting recycling potential in industries including textiles, chemicals, construction and electronics.

The ‘Textiles Circularity Centre’ will be led by the Royal College of Art and “aims to lessen the environmental impact of clothing by using household waste and used fabrics to develop new textiles, instead of relying on imported materials.”

Environment Minister Rebecca Pow commented: “These new research centres will play a vital part in creating a cleaner and more sustainable economy, and help us to better protect the environment for the next generation.”

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