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Can textiles be recycled into new clothes

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    Carlowplayer you ask lots of questions, that's a good thing and you should never accept today's paradigms, but why not do some research of your own before coming here. You have previously been directed to Bing and now I will direct you to the wonders of Google. Here the process of textile recycling is explained. Im not really interested in recycling clothes. I think reuse or patchwork is more efficient, which explains the presence of cloths-banks.

    Keep up the questioning of reality, but please check the plausibility of your questions before spamming here without doing a basic piece of research, or use some site like ask Jeeves.


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    Furez wrote: »
    Carlowplayer you ask lots of questions, that's a good thing and you should never accept today's paradigms, but why not do some research of your own before coming here. You have previously been directed to Bing and now I will direct you to the wonders of Google. Here the process of textile recycling is explained. Im not really interested in recycling clothes. I think reuse or patchwork is more efficient, which explains the presence of cloths-banks.

    Keep up the questioning of reality, but please check the plausibility of your questions before spamming here without doing a basic piece of research, or use some site like ask Jeeves.

    I'm actually doing a big project for college on environmental science which I have to assess more sustainable and efficient methods of production in the primary,secondary and tertiary sectors and infastructure like waste managent . In regards to waste ma agent I'm looking into pyrolises and checking how each form of waste fares with it and I tried asking a question about the effects of pyrolosis on textiles but havnt got an answer and Google searches on that subject lead to vague results so getting a straight answer would be much appreciated


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    I have college projects coming out the wazoo too. Just a few weeks ago when researching T. reesei I came across the US military exploration of using that fungi to recycle linens, but it was in a degrading fashion for fuel.


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