What are the outcomes of the Full Circle Textiles Project by Fashion For Good ? – Ecotextile News

Just before the world went into lockdown, Fashion for Good estimated the investment needed in chemical recycling technologies to create man-made cellulosic fibres (MMCF) from more sustainable, ‘next gen’ sources at an eye-watering US$20 billion.

To push things forward, it subsequently launched the ‘Full Circle Textiles Project: Scaling Innovations in Cellulosic Recycling’ in partnership with the likes of fashion companies Kering, PVH Corp and Target, viscose giant Birla Cellulose, the Laudes Foundation and environmental non-profit Canopy.

With that project now completed, we thought it a good time to examine the progress of pioneering efforts to create MMCF from inputs ranging from textile waste and old clothes to newspapers and agricultural waste.

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