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May 21, 2024

Loop Industries collaborates with On to launch shoe made using textile waste

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  • Loop Industries, a company that recycles polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics and polyester fiber into recycled PET resin and polyester fiber, has partnered with Swiss sportswear company On to debut the "Cloudeasy Cyclon," a shoe made from upcycled colored textile waste that would've been incinerated.

  • The Cloudeasy Cyclon is constructed with an upper layer of yarn created from Loop's 100% recycled polyester fiber, using its Infinite Loop fiber-to-fiber recycling technology at Loop’s depolymerization facility in Terrebonne, Quebec. The companies claim the shoe can potentially be recycled endlessly and significantly decreases carbon emissions by up to 79%.

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