LONDON - Harold Tillman's Ethical Fashion Group (EFG) is linking up with waste plastic-to-hydrogen pioneer Hydrogen Utopic International (HUI) to turn textile waste into carbon-free hydrogen fuels.
EFG, which was co-founded by the former British Fashion Council chairman, and HUI aim to help clothing manufacturers, brands and retailers to reduce the impact of products made partly or wholly with synthetic textiles such as polyester and nylon.
“The technology developed by Hydrogen Utopia means that, for the first time ever, the fashion industry can be part of the solution to the epidemic of plastic pollution facing the planet, rather than part of the problem," said Tillman.
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