CHINA: Teijin to launch closed loop polyester recycling
By Leonie Barrie | 4 April 2012
Japanese fibre maker Teijin Limited is aiming to grow its presence in China through a tie-up with the China Chemical Fibers Association (CCFA) - an agreement that is already poised to set up a closed-loop system for recycling polyester.
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