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This latest issue of WSA includes an update on the supercritical carbon dioxide processes that allow waterless dyeing and a look at the European Centre for Innovation in Textiles' new platform that can produce yarns with 70% recycled content. We head to Taiwan to report from Titas, where biodegradable yarns and the circular economy were high on the agenda and examine why B-Corps certification is valuable to companies. Celine Huang from HeiQ tells us her vision for the Chinese market, and we take a look at Applied DNA's project with Navarpluma that has resulted in truly traceable down.

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