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PHNOM PENH - The Green Machine, developed by the H&M Foundation in partnership with the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel Limited (HKRITA), is to be deployed to tackle textile waste in Cambodia.

The hydrothermal recycling process, which claims to be the first to be able to separate and recycle mixed cotton and polyester fibres at scale without quality loss, will be used in the country from next year, subject to a feasibility study.

The Cambodian project is backed by an international consortium which, as well as the H&M Foundation and HKRITA, includes German development agency GIZ's Fabric project, The North Face owner VF Corp, Hong Kong garment maker Dakota Industrial and Cambodian company Chip Mong Insee.

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