Adidas and H&M are taking part in a trial to create a circular recycling model for the clothing industry.
For the first time ever, a new method enables the recycling of clothing containing polyamide as part of a circular system. The recycled polyamide can then be spun into new textile fibers.
The German company imat-uve is working on an industrial solution for the recycling of old clothes made of composite fibers, which up to now have mostly been disposed of rather than recycled.
An old pair of jeans or an old T-shirt can now be recycled several times and thereby contribute to more sustainability in fashion.
For the period after the pandemic, he developed Pura Case, a kind of mobile wardrobe that disinfects clothes with ozone.
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