Colours in a Circular Economy

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Date
2017
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en
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12
8-19
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Circular Transitions Proceedings
Abstract
This paper reports on preliminary results on the recycling of coloured cellulose-based textiles using a novel dry-jet wet spinning denoted as the Ioncell-F process. The practical possibility of colour circulation is useful knowledge for colour designers in the industry. The findings can help define further parameters for circular economy products
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| openaire: EC/H2020/646226/EU//Trash-2-Cash
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Textile Remanufacturing, Colour Design, Ioncell-F, Dyeing, Fibres, Disposable Textiles, Circular Economy
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Niinimäki , K , Smirnova , E , Ilen , E , Sixta , H & Hummel , M 2017 , Colours in a Circular Economy . in R Earley & K Goldsworthy (eds) , Circular Transitions Proceedings : A Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy . University of the Arts London , London , pp. 8-19 , Circular Transitions , London , United Kingdom , 23/11/2016 .