Hydrogen Utopia partners with Ethical Fashion Group to provide fashion-waste-to-hydrogen solution

Waste plastic-to-hydrogen company Hydrogen Utopic International (HUI) has entered into a strategic partnership with Ethical Fashion Group (EFG) in a bid to establish a solution for fashion pollution and meet rising hydrogen demand.

Under the partnership, HUI and the company co-founded by British fashion veteran Harold Tillman CBE hope to allow clothing manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers to address the environmental impact of products made partly or wholly from non-recyclable plastics such as polyester and polyamides.

EFG matches 60,000 fashion businesses in 140 countries with sustainable suppliers around the world. The clothing industry is estimated to produce 92 million tonnes of textile waste every day, with the majority of clothing now made using products such as polyester and/ or polyamides.

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