Developing circular recycling technologies for textiles, replacing virgin resources with recaptured raw materials.
- Investors include H&M, Sulzer, Himes and Directex.
- Support of influential brands and partners, such as Kering, ASICS Europe, Sympatex, Dibella and Dhana.
- Launched pilot R&D facility at the Centre for Process Innovation in early 2020 to validate and develop Worn Again's commercial processes.
February 28, 2023
The world's first commercial-scale textile recycling mill is a milestone in tackling fashion's colossal waste problem.Read on BBC_Future »
May 9, 2023
Indonesia is exploring circular textiles as part of its roadmap to 2050. The country aims to reduce textile waste and promote sustainable fashion practices....Read on The Jakarta Post »
October 25, 2022
The Fashion Impact Fund And Lenzing Fibers Hosted Circular Textiles Roundtable At The United Nations
Cyndi Rhoades, founder of Worn Again Technologies, and co-founder of WCTD shared: “The scale of change required to transition to a fully circular textiles industry is immense but can be broken down...Read on Textile World »
October 10, 2022
Nottingham, the UK-based Worn Again Technologies, a textile recycling innovator has secured £27.6M (approximately €31.4M) in funding.Read on Silicon Canals »
July 14, 2020
We caught up with Cyndi Rhoades, founder of Worn Again Technologies, to talk all things from the future of the...Read on TechRound »
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