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Textile stocks may take 2 years to return to normal: BIR, Belgium
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/textile-stocks-may-take-2-years-to-return-to-normal-bir-268276-newsdetails.htm
The textiles recycling industry is in a critical stage, according to the Bureau of International Recycling's textiles division president Martin Böschen, who said stocks at collection and processing
Gama Recycle happy with Truetzschler machines, Germany
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/gama-recycle-happy-with-truetzschler-machines-271808-newsdetails.htm
Truetzschler textile machines have proven to be a hit in giving better quality and production process at Gama Recycle. The company is one of the largest integrated regenerated yarn manufacturers in
Anglo Recycling to deliver nonwoven mats for growing herbs, United Kingdom
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/anglo-recycling-to-deliver-nonwoven-mats-for-growing-herbs-265876.html
Anglo Recycling Technology is on course to deliver about a million of its special nonwoven mats for hydroponically growing herbs to a major customer in Middle East this year. The Growfelt-branded
Germany’s Covestro collaborating with carboNXT to recycle composites, Germany
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/germany-s-covestro-collaborating-with-carbonxt-to-recycle-composites-274530.html
Covestro has joined hand with recycling specialist carboNXT to recycle composites. Recycling of composites is a challenge since waste consists of different materials that cannot be easily separated
Rudolf unveils Cycle-Logic chemical auxiliaries to recycle PET bottles, Germany
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/rudolf-unveils-cycle-logic-chemical-auxiliaries-to-recycle-pet-bottles-274552-newsdetails.htm
Rudolf, a German manufacturer of textile finishing products and construction chemistry, has launched the first three Cycle-Logic chemical auxiliaries for textiles based on post-consumer, recycled PET
Belgium's Ontex, Woosh working to recycle used disposable diapers, Belgium
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/belgium-s-ontex-woosh-working-to-recycle-used-disposable-diapers-273310.html
Ontex and startup Woosh are collaborating to make recycling of used disposable diapers a reality in Belgium. With other partners from the waste industry, Woosh and Ontex aim to create the first diaper
£22.5-mn UK funding to recycle industry waste, United Kingdom
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/22-5-mn-uk-funding-to-recycle-industry-waste-270911-newsdetails.htm
The United Kingdom will provide £22.5 million to five research centres in London, Loughborough and Exeter to help industries tackle waste, boost recycling and build back greener from the coronavirus
Belgium's Flemish govt allocates funds to recycle nappies, Belgium
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/belgium-s-flemish-govt-allocates-funds-to-recycle-nappies-270793.html
The government of Belgium's Flemish region has set aside €30 million for a variety of environmental projects, including recycling of disposable nappies, secretary of state for poverty reduction Zuhal
ELG, Aerocircular working to recycle aircraft waste, United Kingdom
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/elg-aerocircular-working-to-recycle-aircraft-waste-269089.html
ELG Carbon Fibre and Aerocircular NV, Belgium, are collaborating to establish a closed-loop recycling scheme for end-of-life aircraft CFRP waste streams. The two companies have signed a Memorandum of
Worn Again Technologies plants to recycle 50,000 tonnes/yr, United Kingdom
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/worn-again-technologies-plants-to-recycle-50-000-tonnes-yr-270059-newsdetails.htm
UK-based Worn Again Technologies, which is currently running pilot plant quantities to validate the steps of its recycling process and output quality, anticipates its first commercial plants will be
 
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