30 Apr '15, 7pm

Repreve transforms millions of plastic bottles into graduation gowns and caps

During the spring 2015 graduation season alone, more than 300,000 students around the nation will graduate wearing Oak Hall Repreve -based gowns, which were created using more than 8 million recycled plastic bottles, hopefully giving graduates a greater understanding of the importance of recycling along the way. The company transforms plastic bottles into fine fiber, and then uses that to create fabric for clothing, including graduation gowns and caps.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/repreve-transforms-millions-of-plast...

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