INFINNATM: TRASH TURNED INTO TEXTILE FIBRE

Welcome to the new alternative fabric
What's the point in using virgin raw materials for clothing when we have access to tonnes (and tonnes) of waste? Infinited Fiber are showing us that we have the technology to turn this waste into "premium-quality superfibers for the textile industry" and create an alternative fabric.

InfinnaTM is a new textile fibre that mimics quality cotton but, instead of using thousands of litres of water, it's made from cellulose-rich waste that was destined for landfill or incineration. Think old textiles, used cardboard and crop residue transformed into wearable fibres.
And InfinnaTM has plenty of big backers, from Wrangler and Patagonia to Weekday and Reuben Selby.

Plus, you know that issue we have with some clothes being too difficult to recycle? Well, InfinnaTM can deal with impurities like polyester and elastane so this gives more of our old clothes the chance to have a second life.

At the end of Infinna's life, it's completely biodegradable and doesn't leak any microplastics into our earth. So, you could say, it's hard to find fault with InfinnaTM.

We wish Infinited Fiber all the best in their dream of "a future where the clothes we wear and all the products we use are made in balance with nature. Where renewing what already exits is more valuable than producing what doesn't." Let's hope this paves the way for more alternative fabrics!
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Article by Catherine McAteer
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