Garment-to-garment Recycle System


The G2G system is a mini-production line that recycles post-consumer garments into clean and wearable clothes. It uses no water, no dyeing is needed.


The entire process of sanitizing a garment, cutting fabric into small pieces, opening and mixing fibres, carding, spinning, doubling, twisting and garment knitting, all takes place in a standard 40-foot container. The first system is located at The Mills, a revitalized art and cultural complex in Hong Kong.


Its anti-vibration, noise-and dust-controlled design minimises disturbance to nearby businesses and allows the system to be operated within community areas like shopping malls. The container is made of glass. Visitors can also look inside and view the components that run the system. They can even deepen their experience by recycling their own used clothes.

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