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Cotton and Cellulose Fiber Recycling Could Ramp Up in 2019 Thanks to This New Tech

COVID-19 recovery is on the horizon but the pandemic's impact on sustainability, retail, product development and consumer buying patterns means the denim industry must evolve. Join Rivet on April 20th at 11 am ET for the COVID, One Year Later roundtable.

A research project at Washington State University (WSU) involving scientists and new technology aims to help keep millions of tons of cotton and cellulose waste out of landfills by spinning it into new fibers for apparel. Hang Liu, assistant professor in WSU’s Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles, and the project’s research lead furthered…

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