Making promotional apparel using recycled materials

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Japan
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In the current fashion market, the most widely used fabrics are textile blends, which have proven hard-to-recycle using traditional methods and technologies. In a bid to close the recyclability gap, H&M's charitable arm, the H&M Foundation, last year opened a pre-industrial sized ‘Garment to Garment’ recycling facility in Hong Kong. The facility uses innovative hydrothermal recycling technology to separate textile blends and will be used by H&M exclusively to begin with. The firm has, however, pledged to licence the technology so that it can be used by other fashion manufacturers and drive sector-wide change by 2020.

In the current fashion market, the most widely used fabrics are textile blends, which have proven hard-to-recycle using traditional methods and technologies. In a bid to close the recyclability gap, H&M's charitable arm, the H&M Foundation, last year opened a pre-industrial sized ‘Garment to Garment’ recycling facility in Hong Kong. The facility uses innovative hydrothermal recycling technology to separate textile blends and will be used by H&M exclusively to begin with.

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Boretech Group’s first PET recycling plant coming up in California, U.S.

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California
Boretech Group’s first PET recycling plant coming up in California, U.S.
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Boretech Group, a PET (polyethylene terephthalate) recycling company headquartered in Taiwan to commission its first PET recycling facility in Stockton, California in the United States by end of September 2014.

Boretech Group, a PET (polyethylene terephthalate) recycling company headquartered in Taiwan to commission its first PET recycling facility in Stockton, California in the United States by end of September 2014.
 
According to Paul Ou, a spokesman for the company, the construction is nearly completed and expects to receive its official permit from the city by early September, with operations beginning shortly thereafter.
 

http://www.recyclingtoday.com/boretech-california-pet-recycling-plant.aspx
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