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SINGAPORE – Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has teamed up with leading viscose manufacturer Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) to establish a research facility that will aim to accelerate innovation in textile recycling.  

The RGE-NTU Sustainable Textile Research Centre (RGE-NTU SusTex) has been backed by S$6 million (US$4.36m) and will explore four areas: methods of textile recycling, automated sorting of waste, ‘sustainable’ dye removal solutions, and the promise of alternative materials.  

NTU president Subra Suresh said: “The goal of the research centre is very much aligned with Singapore’s zero waste vision to build a sustainable, resource-efficient and climate-resilient nation.”

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