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Worn Again’s tech increases the potential to recycle raw materials in textiles. For over six years, the company has been intensively researching and developing its polymer recycling technology. Now, its patented process can separate, decontaminate and extract polyester polymers and cellulose from cotton from non-reusable textiles . The process can also extract these materials from plastic packaging and bottles. The extracted materials can then be put back into new products, instead of always having to use virgin materials, thus creating a repeatable process. According to the Worn Again Technologies press release announcing their funding success, their innovative textile-to-textile recycling technology cracks the code by being both able to separate the materials and being able to produce two end products that are comparable in quality as well as aim to be competitive in price to virgin resources. The polymer recycling technology can recycle materials used in 80% of all clothing and textiles. At present, less than 1% of non-wearable textiles are recycled back into new textiles. The reason is existing mechanical recycling methods are unable to separate dyes and other contaminates from non-wearable textiles.
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