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COPENHAGEN - The Danish Innovation Fund is investing 106.5 million Danish krone (US$14.3m) to support research projects aimed at transitioning the textiles and plastics industry towards circularity until 2050.

The Partnership for Circular Economy for Plastics and Textiles has 92 partners who will be expected to deliver on 14 interdisciplinary projects aimed at increasing the recycling of textiles and plastics.

While Denmark has developed an impressive recycling infrastructure for other materials, such as cardboard, metal and glass, textiles and plastics have proved a bigger challenge and often end up being incinerated.

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