4.7 million pounds allocated to boost textile recycling

Related Keywords: cloathing, EcoTextiles, England, fibre, government, innovative, LetsRecycle, plastic, Recycle, sustainable, Textiles

United Kingdom
4.7 million Euro fund allocated to boost textile recycling
Summary: 
There is coverage including in LetsRecycle, EcoTextiles, British Plastics and Rubber, Fruitnet, and Packaging News of our £4.7 million grant launched today to help boost the recycling of plastic packaging and textiles. We are inviting organisations in England to apply for government funding for innovative solutions to drive up the recycling of hard-to-recycle plastic packaging such as plastic trays, pots and tubs

There is coverage including in LetsRecycle, EcoTextiles, British Plastics and Rubber, Fruitnet, and Packaging News of our £4.7 million grant launched today to help boost the recycling of plastic packaging and textiles.

We are inviting organisations in England to apply for government funding for innovative solutions to drive up the recycling of hard-to-recycle plastic packaging such as plastic trays, pots and tubs, plastic films and pouches, as well as funding for projects that boost the recycling of textiles when they have reached the end of their life.

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Sportswear giant set to tap Indian firms

Related Keywords: Adidas, import, India, PET bottles, plastic, polyester, Polygenta, sportswear, upcycling

India
Sportswear giant set to tap Indian firm’s
Summary: 
Global sportswear giant Adidas aims at eliminating the use of virgin plastics in its products by 2024 — with a little help from a Maharashtra-based firm — the only one of its kind in the country to produce yarn out of discarded PET bottles. At its first factory set up in Nashik five years ago, Polygenta Technology Limited deploys an unique technology to break down used PET (short for Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles and convert them into polyester

Global sportswear giant Adidas aims at eliminating the use of virgin plastics in its products by 2024 — with a little help from a Maharashtra-based firm — the only one of its kind in the country to produce yarn out of discarded PET bottles.

At its first factory set up in Nashik five years ago, Polygenta Technology Limited deploys an unique technology to break down used PET (short for Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles and convert them into polyester filament yarn.

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Chelsea Claridge launched luxury outerwear brand Caalo

Related Keywords: Caalo, Chelsea Claridge, CO2, fashion, plastic, Seaqual, WWD

United States
Chelsea Claridge launched luxury outerwear brand Caalo
Summary: 
Canada-born designer Chelsea Claridge is making her mark in the outerwear market. After identifying a need for fashion forward, slight and sustainable outerwear, Claridge sought to create her own line

Canada-born designer Chelsea Claridge is making her mark in the outerwear market. After identifying a need for fashion forward, slight and sustainable outerwear, Claridge sought to create her own line, Caalo, a New York-based brand that offers ultra-cool coats that are transformable, trans-seasonal and non-gender specific.

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The Carbios enzymatic depolymerisation process could open new pathways to produce recycled polyester

Related Keywords: bottles, eco friendly, fabrics, manufacturer, plastic, polyester, polymer, raw material, Recycle, Textile

France
The Carbios enzymatic depolymerisation process could open new pathways to produc
Summary: 
Beverage-producing powerhouses PepsiCo, Nestlé Waters and Suntory Beverage & Food Europe are the three latest large-scale firms to join a consortium designed to tackle plastic waste. The initiative, founded by bioindustrial innovator Carbios and cosmetics

Beverage-producing powerhouses PepsiCo, Nestlé Waters and Suntory Beverage & Food Europe are the three latest large-scale firms to join a consortium designed to tackle plastic waste.

The initiative, founded by bioindustrial innovator Carbios and cosmetics firm L’Oréal, seeks to promote Carbios’ PET-enhanced recycling technology; bringing it to scale and opening the process up to the mass market within four years.

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Plastic, paper, cotton or polyester bags?

Related Keywords: bags, carbon footprint, cotton, ecosystems, environment, plastic, pollution, polyester, reusable, reusable bags, T-Shirts, water

United States
Plastic, paper, cotton or polyester bags?
Summary: 
The movement of the plastic bag ban has been gaining momentum in the last 10 years. Since 2007, more than 240 cities and countries have passed laws that have either banned or taxed these plastic hazards. New opinions have

The movement of the plastic bag ban has been gaining momentum in the last 10 years. Since 2007, more than 240 cities and countries have passed laws that have either banned or taxed these plastic hazards. New opinions have surfaced that maybe these bans are hurting the environment more than they are helping it.

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