Cotton has a waste problem: This startup says it can solve it

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Most cotton garments end up as landfill, but Seattle-based startup Evrnu claims it can recycle those items

The emerging textile recycling industry is poised to take another step forward in January when Seattle-based startup Evrnu breaks ground on a cotton recycling facility in South Carolina. The facility,...

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