Aus tech business produces sweater from organic waste

By nanollose in Media

PERTH – Australian tech business Nanollose has announced its first test garment – a 3D knitted sweater made using fibres produced from the fermentation of liquid coconut waste using bacteria. The company, which has a test plant in Indonesia, is seeking to disrupt the traditional rayon fibre production industry with its patented technology which develops fibres from the fermentation of liquid organic wastes – coconuts are one example but the tech is also applicable to other wastes such as beer and molasses.

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