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Sustainability update from Lycra

The Lycra Company publishes Planet Agenda Update with 2030 goals and commitments.
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BGMEA,Tonello to partner in promoting green technologies

Desk Report Tonello, a leading garment finishing technology company, will join hands with BGMEA to support the RMG industry in adopting innovative technologies and solutions for denim and garment washing, dyeing, and finishing to become more efficient and sustainable.
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Regel™ fibre is now bluesign® APPROVED

Regel™ is a unique innovation as it is one of the first successful commercialization of acrylic fibre produced by recycling the waste.
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Adidas, Stella McCartney Unveil First Garment Designed with Infinna under New Cotton Project

Footwear giant Adidas and designer Stella McCartney have launched the first of its kind sportswear garment designed to demonstrate the potential of a circular fashion ecosystem.
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China’s Huafon Group Launches Covation Biomaterials to Deliver Bio-Based Materials at Scale

China’s Huafon Group on Wednesday launched Covation Biomaterials as an independent business following the former’s acquisition of DuPont Biomaterials.
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Bangladesh now has 167 LEED certified green garment factories

The council honours factories based on several criteria – transformation performance, energy, water, waste management. The best performers are rated with platinum, followed by gold and silver.
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R|Elan™ Cotluk – A fabric that is smarter than cotton

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), with its extensive R&D, has developed a smarter alternative to cotton by introducing R|Elan™ Cotluk fabric.
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Novozymes extend the lifetime of textiles with sustainable innovation Biopolishing

Circular fashion starts with sustainable production, free from waste, water pollution, emissions, and chemicals.
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Hyosung creora® bio-based Spandex Receives First Global SGS Certification

According to a recent third-party life cycle assessment (LCA), the manufacture of creora® bio-based spandex reduces its carbon footprint by 23 percent as compared to the production of regular spandex.
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Bangladesh now has 163 LEED certified green garment factories

Now, Bangladesh has the largest number of green factories in the world and it is growing even more