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Recycling cotton garment waste to create premium, renewable fiber for the creation of new clothing.

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Stacy Flynn

Co-Founder and CEO at Evrnu

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Employees 6–20
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, United States
Evrnu has invented fiber technology that transforms old clothing into new, high-quality raw materials. Working with brands, fiber producers, and mills, Evrnu creates and licenses fiber formulations with unique performance and environmental advantages. These engineered fibers are a solution to the greatest threats currently facing the industry: textile waste, resource consumption, and environmental damage. Evrnu uses 98 percent less water than what is required for virgin cotton production, eliminates 80 percent of typical pollutant emissions, and can be regenerated multiple times. Evrnu offers an environment-sparing alternative for the world's highest demand fibers -- cotton, polyester, and rayon -- and is currently being adopted by the world's best brands and retailers.

Currently Operating in Six Regions

Press Mentions

July 9, 2019

Adidas by Stella McCartney is making new clothes by liquifying old ones

Read on Fast Company »

October 27, 2021

With $24 million raised, Evrnu wants to scale circular fashion

Read on Vogue Business »

April 3, 2020

Stella McCartney: “Clothes are not going anywhere”

Read on NewsLagoon »

October 4, 2019

Textile tech startup Evrnu raises $9.1M; early partners include Levi’s, Adidas, Target, others

Read on GeekWire »

July 9, 2019

These Sweatshirts Are Trash

Read on WSJ »

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