BASF introduces loopamid®, the first circular nylon 6 entirely based on textile waste

The technology behind loopamid® enables recycling of polyamide 6 discarded textiles into new, virgin-quality synthetic fibers and materials.
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“BASF has reached an important milestone towards circularity in the fashion industry and pioneered an approach to close the loop for nylon textiles. Our loopamid has the potential to revolutionize the PA6 market for the better. We are in the process of scaling up our technology to serve our customers with commercial quantities,” said Dr. Ramkumar Dhruva, President of BASF’s Monomers division.

This technology will be used in T-REX Project. Learn more about loopamid® here.

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