NEW YORK TIMES NOVEMBRE AQUAFIL
16 Nov 2017

From oranges to outfits. New York Times International Edition.

New York Times International Edition  13/11/2017  BY ASTRID WENDLANDT  p. S2  Fashion’s interest in alternative fabrics continues to grow   High-end fashion and sportswear brands are taking a growing interest in recycled and alternative fabrics made from unusual materials like mushrooms, oranges and even proteins inspired by spider-web DNA – but not just out of concern for the […]

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falabella bag Stella Mc Cartney
03 Nov 2017

Stella McCartney Is Weaving A New Way Forward.

18/10/2017 FAST COMPANY online. The designer has always eschewed leather, fur, and feathers in her collections. Now she is going even further. Will luxury fashion follow? BY MARY KAYE SCHILLING   Editor’s Note: This story is one of two covers of Fast Company‘s November 2017 Tech + Culture Issue.    Consider your favorite T-shirt. Maybe it’s soft and worn, […]

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Phoenix
09 Oct 2017

Aquafil Invests $10M in Enhanced Waste Regeneration Plant in U.S.

PRESS RELEASE. Aquafil opens a new carpet recycling facility to help a wasteful industry go circular. Trento, Italy, September 2017 Aquafil will open its first U.S. carpet recycling facility in Phoenix, AZ, offering a long-awaited solution to this persistent source of waste. Aquafil Carpet Recycling (ACR #01) will recycle the Nylon 6 waste from carpets back into […]

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Recyclable Swimsuits and Jerseys
14 Apr 2017

Aquafil Makes Fibers for 100 Percent Recyclable Swimsuits and Jerseys

Green-Sports Corporate All Stars: Johnson Controls Helps Green Pro Football Hall of Fame; Aquafil Makes Fibers for 100 Percent Recyclable Swimsuits and Jerseys GreenSportsBlog’s occasional series, “Green-Sports Corporate All Stars” highlights companies that are taking taking the lead at the intersection of Green + Sports. The first centered on adidas and Patagonia. Today’s second installment […]

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