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Teijin to Introduce Polyester Recycling Program in Thailand

5:27 AM MST | February 13, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh

Teijin says that Thai Namsiri Intertex (TNI; Bangkok), a Teijin subsidiary that manufactures polyester textiles, will launch a program to collect used polyester items and then recycle them into new polyester materials through Teijin's Eco Circle closed-loop recycling system - a chemical-recycling technology. This will be the first such program launched by Teijin in Asia, outside Japan. The program includes the launch of a recyclable men’s jacket made of 100% polyester. The Eco Circle system was developed by Teijin Fibers, a polyester polymers, fibers and...

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