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LOGAN - Australian start-up BlockTexx has begun work on what it claims will the the first textile recycling plant capable of separating and recycling blends of cotton and polyester fibres at scale.

The company has acquired a site at Logan, Queensland, and is now working on the final design for the plant, with the process of ordering plant equipment for the site already underway.

BlockTexx says production will begin early next year, using the company's proprietary Separation of Fibre Technology (SOFT) solution, at the plant which will recycle around 4,000 tonnes of textiles in its first year.

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