16 Jul '18, 11am

Worn Again accelerates polymer recycling technology

Worn Again accelerates polymer recycling technology

LONDON – Research institute Worn Again Technologies has confirmed that it has successfully reached its investment target of £5 million to facilitate the acceleration of its breakthrough polymer recycling technology.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018071623606/materials-produc...

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