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Can This New Method of Recycling Reduce Fashion Waste?

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Categories: Chemistry   |   Environmental   |   Science  
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Considered the alchemist of waste, materials scientist Veena Sahajwalla is closing the loop on fast fashion by tapping into fabrics molecular potential.

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