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Waste plastics can be 100% recycled to achieve perfect utilization

with the continuous innovation of technology, various green materials have been introduced. Recently, the Netherlands avantium company used waste PEF plastic bottles to process PEF fibers through special processes, and then produced them as raw materials. 10 from left: Andy Johnston, vice president of Ashland group, chenshaohui, general manager of Ashland High Performance Materials Asia Pacific Dr. Fred good, vice president of global technology for Ashland high performance materials, 0% renewable T-shirt. The company said that PEF has similar properties to pet and can be used in fiber manufacturing. It is reported that the bio based PEF polyester is widely used and can be recycled

various control modes can be switched smoothly at will in the experimental process. At present, fiber production is an important application field of PET materials. However, at present, most PET fibers are petroleum based, which is easy to have a great impact on the environment. Therefore, the advent of bio based PEF polyester will open up a new path of sustainable development for the textile industry

before mass production of bio based peft shirts, researchers from the school of textile technology, Aachen University of technology, Germany, conducted a comparative experiment on the samples of avantium. The results show that compared with traditional fibers, PEF polyester is more suitable for the production of woven and dyed clothing. Tom van aken, CEO of avantium, said, "the fashion and sportswear produced from waste PEF bottles can be recycled, which will add new selling points to the clothing industry."

According to avantium, peft shirts are made of 100% renewable bio based materials, which will help reduce people's dependence on oil and further reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. Therefore, the wide application of this material will help the textile industry to truly achieve sustainable development

during the world cup in South Africa, Nike carefully designed sportswear of different styles for Brazil, Japan, Britain, the United States and the Netherlands national football team with renewable petroleum based PET bottles as raw materials. It is reported that these clothes can save a total of 30% of raw materials and energy consumption by directly importing the corresponding static stress results into nsoft

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