JAPAN: Teijin takes recycling scheme to marine clothing
By just-style.com | 25 November 2009
Japanese fibre maker Teijin Group has teamed up with the UK's specialist clothing brand Henri Lloyd to expand its Eco Circle garment recycling system to the marine clothing industry.
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