Infinited Fiber: Producing biofibers for fashion to move toward circular economy

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Supported by H&M, Adidas and textile manufacturers, Infinited Fiber is helping the world’s second most polluting industry go greener by turning industrial waste into regenerated biomaterials

A research spinoff in Espoo, Finland’s second largest city, has found a way to let fashionistas indulge in the season’s latest trends without worrying about polluting the planet. Biotech Infinited Fiber won the endorsement of fashion and sports brands like H&M and Adidas for its work in helping the textile industry pivot into a circular economy, and comply with new EU sustainability regulations.Bringing new applications to cellulose-based textile production, Infinited Fiber started off as a research project at the VTT Technical Research Centre in Espoo in 2015. The R&D team, led by ind...
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