Upcycled cotton fabric turns into silky fibers

by: Mirjam Visser, 2019-09-19 21:49:34 UTC

Evrnu Process

Evrnu purifies cotton garment waste, converts it to a pulp, and extrudes it as a pristine new fiber for the creation of premium textiles. It is finer than silk and stronger than cotton. Evrnu gives an upgrade to something we already need and want – beautiful clothing – while cutting greenhouse gases in half compared to our best alternatives.

The Process

First, Evrnu strips dyes and other contaminants from cotton textile garment waste. …

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