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SAN JOSE – Textile software provider TrinamiX has developed a handheld sorting technology reportedly capable of identifying up to 15 material compositions.  

The solution – based on near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy – has been demonstrated at ongoing sustainability conferences in Germany and the US, as its real-world potential is demonstrated to stakeholders in the plastics and textiles sectors.  

“Sorting is a key requirement for recycling and is largely done manually,” said Adrian Vogel, TrinamiX’s business development manager. “We are convinced that innovative solutions like ours make an important contribution towards a circular textile economy.”

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