H&M To Release Line of Fibre-Recycled Shirts

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One of the major items that fills landfills and trash bins around the world is clothes. Sure, we donate them, and overflow stock usually gets sold to other stores, but eventually clothes do end up in the landfill, and H&M would like to change that. 

“H&M and Kering have announced today that they are working with textile innovators Worn Again on testing ground-breaking fibre-recycling technology that aims to meet the growing demand for cotton and polyester production worldwide. The “textile-to-textile, chemical-recycling technology”, as it is called, separates and extracts the materials from old clothing, which is then re-spun into new yarns.”


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