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Circ and Selenis partner to produce recycled PET chips from textile waste
Waste Recovery & Management Tech
Jun 11, 2024
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Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Jun 11, 2024

Circ and Selenis partner to produce recycled PET chips from textile waste

Partnerships

  • Circ, a Virginia-based startup that recycles textile waste, has partnered with specialty polyester solutions company Selenis to create recycled PET chips. These chips are produced from terephthalic acid recovered from polycotton textile waste sourced from Circ.

  • The partners claim that PET chips converted into drawn textured yarn (DTY) were found to be as effective as virgin terephthalic acid. Early indicators also suggest the successful commercial application of Circ's monomer output.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The latest partnership has the potential for a long-term arrangement between the two firms as Circ expands its industrial facility, aiming to recycle 10% of global garment production by 2030. In February 2024 , Circ also partnered with Pyratex to develop fabrics from Circ’s recycled polyester material.

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