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Gap Exec on Where Recycled Cotton Is the ‘Default Fiber’

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The concept of waste as a resource in the textile supply chain is catching on in fashion, and could help turn the corner on the path to circularity. Companies are increasingly using textiles in the waste stream and used apparel to make new fibers and fabrics, according to Lenzing’s virtual seminar “Circular Knowledge is Power”…

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