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Teijin offers recycled fiber breakthrough

EcoNote | May 7, 2021 | By:

Fibre manufacturer Teijin has developed technology to mass produce a new version of its Nanofront ultra-fine polyester. The Japanese company has described Nanofront as the world’s first nanofiber to be made from recycled polyester raw materials. It also said that the new technology it has developed will enable it to produce all of its polyester fiber products with recycled raw materials.

Teijin expects textiles made from this new version of the product using recycled polyester materials to replace conventional Nanofront made from virgin raw materials used in various markets, including sportswear, functional clothing and industrial uniforms. 


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