30 Mar '17, 8am

Teijin teaches students plastic bottles = T-shirts

Teijin teaches students plastic bottles = T-shirts

TOKYO - Japanese tech firm, The Teijin Group has launched a new initiative which will provide incentives to students in Thailand to encourage them to recycle their waste plastic – which Teijin will eventually convert into textile fibres. Teijin Polyester Thailand is working with the Assumption College, a private school in Bangkok, Thailand on the PET recycling initiative.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2017033022669/materials-produc...

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