Malmö to host groundbreaking textile recycling plant

The facility, which uses optic sensors to identify different textile types, will open in summer 2020 next to the existing recycling centre in Malmö’s Northern Harbour, the IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute said in a statement. 
Maria Elander, who is leading the project for IVL, told the Sydsvenskan newspaper that industrialized sorting was “the missing link between collection and quality recycling”. 
“Automatic sorting processes are required to be able to efficiently sort the large amounts of textile rubbish which cannot be recycled and…
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