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MORGANTON – A US textile recycling project run has received a further $10 million grant to take its funding past $60 million for a project to start up a new ‘accelerator’ facility in North Carolina to help turn textile waste into new yarn.

When finished, the new 40,000 square-foot facility will serve as a regional hub for textile circularity and is spearheaded by the Industrial Commons woman-owned and -led non-profit.

It aims to create jobs across the three states of North and South Carolina and Tennessee and will house skilled training facilities, as well as incubator space for start-ups and scaling brands that work in the circular textile economy.

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