Worn Again Technologies chemical process for recycling polycottons

Worn Again is scaling up its chemical technology for post-consumer polycotton recycling. A demonstration plant is under construction in Switzerland, which will be available for industry trials starting in 2025. The first commercial-scale recycling plants for polycottons will be online in 2027.

Saal Bira
Donnerstag, 14.09.2023, 10:15 - 10:40 Uhr
Toby Moss, Worn Again Technologies, Londong (GBR)

Worn Again’s innovative chemical recycling process reclaims virgin-quality products and returns them to the supply chain. Its scalable process—developed through investment, research, and dedication—allows textile manufacturers to separate and decontaminate PET resin and cellulose from end-of-life textiles. Worn Again enables plant operators to become an essential part of the textile industry’s future, producing superior materials for manufacturers across various sectors and becoming a solution for an economically fractured part of the supply chain.