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BERGAMO - Italian chemicals and advanced textiles manufacturer, the Radici Group, claims to have successfully demonstrated the feasibility of producing nylon at scale from waste oil, following a €6.2 million (US$7.2m) research project.

The company set out to produce polyamides (nylon) from bio adipic acid obtained from renewable raw materials, including waste oil and other by-products of the oil industry.

It says that potential applications for the nylon produced by the process include textiles and fashion, as well as products for the automotive, electrical and electronics industries.

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