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You may be wondering about the climate after President Obama signed the large legislation package last week. Or perhaps you’re wondering about the clothes you will wear.
The tech publication TechCrunch says that the fashion industry accounts for four to ten percent of the world’s carbon emissions and twenty percent of the world’s waste water. So, how can the clothing industry decrease its impact on the warming climate? The answer, according to Virginia-based Circ, is recycling.
A biofuels company that developed a machine that converted tobacco trash into feed stocks for renewable fuels, Circ has come up with a new version. Bloomberg reports that last year, a Swedish commodities trading company requested a strange favor.

Inventors are seeking to disrupt the fashion industry by creating a machine that can convert plastic bottles into high-quality textiles. It can extract high-quality raw materials from polyester-cotton blends, the most common textile produced by the fashion industry.
A new goal was established – to create a cleaner future for fashion. In a press release, the company said that a certain Bill Gates was behind a thirty million dollar series B funding round. Bill Gates is the founder of breakthrough energy ventures.
He’s a well-known figure. The company already has all the textiles it needs to manufacture every garment it will ever need, Mayor said.
It already has suppliers, purchasers, and big financial backers, and now it has a new textile economy.

Parade, a fashion brand that supports females’ rights, has created an underwear recycling programme called Second Life. It allows you to recycle any brand of used underwear in return for a twenty percent discount on Parade’s goods.
It will then be recycled into insulation and bedding for furniture. You’ve heard it here first. In small and large ways, clothing brands and sustainability organizations are working together to prevent landfills from becoming overwhelmed with old clothes. Here’s how it works.
Even if the idea for a whole new textile industry, such as the one created by Circ, is a long shot, some businesses will keep that dream alive by any means necessary.

What do you think of those recycling companies opportunities? Let us know down in the comments.