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6th December 2018, London

Worn Again Technologies shortlisted for circular economy awards

This summer Worn Again Technologies has hit its 5 million pounds investment target to accelerate its trail-blazing polymer recycling.London-based Worn Again Technologies’ CEO Cyndi Rhoades has been selected as a finalist for The Circular Economy Awards, Leadership Award Category. The award honours those who have demonstrated inspirational leadership in the journey towards a circular economy, and the winner will be announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos on 21 January 2019.

“Cyndi Rhoades has been an early visionary of technology as a key enabler to a circular textiles future. Worn Again Technologies began its pioneering textiles recycling technology over seven years ago,” the company explains.

“Since then, Cyndi and the Worn Again Technologies Senior Team, have been galvanissing industry support, building strategic partnerships and increasing awareness of this topic through speaking at industry conferences and colleges, informing government policies and holding training sessions for those outside of the industry, unrelentingly pursuing the shared vision of a circular resource world.”

The Circulars, an initiative of the World Economic Forum and the Forum of Young Global Leaders, in collaboration with Accenture Strategy, is the world’s premier circular economy award programme. The award offers recognition to individuals and organisations across the globe that are making notable contributions to the circular economy in the private sector, public sector and society.

“Cyndi is proud to be a Circular Economy Awards finalist and will continue to be a champion and leader for the circular economy,” the company concluded.


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