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The July-August issue of WSA leads with an article that examines the question of monofibres and the trade-offs this exposes: blends allow brands to offer innovation and extra functionality, but monofibres are easier to recycle at the end of a garment’s life. We also cover the life cycle assessment method that many companies use to calculate the carbon footprint of their products. Its history is interesting and the article comes to a hard-to-dispute conclusion about it. Technologies that feature in our other articles include Celliant’s infrared energy textile solution that has made its way into Under Armour products at last (after a decade of discussions), and the Futurecraft Loop running shoe, which adidas insists is 100% recyclable.

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