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Circularity

Apr 3
2 min read
Econyl is a form of nylon that is made entirely from waste products. It is made from a range of post-consumer waste including abandoned fishing nets, carpets, and rigid textiles and aims to be a green alternative to the original product which is made from a derivative of oil.
Mar 20
2 min read
Greenpeace has called polyester the 'Achilles heel' of fast fashion, making up around 60% of clothing worldwide. Today, there is twice as much demand for polyester compared with cotton.
Mar 9
5 min read
At the 9th Future Fabrics Expo held recently in London, SupplyCompass attended a seminar which sought to examine circularity through the lens of recycling.
Jan 2
4 min read
Traditional paper is made from wood pulp, and although it’s possible to make paper from other types of plant such as cotton, bamboo and hemp, about 95% of the raw material used to make paper comes from trees.
Jan 1
3 min read
The need for circularity and closed-loop systems is gaining increasing traction in the fashion industry with major commitments by many industry behemoths.

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