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In 2019, Eastman began updating some plants to accept plastic waste, in processes it calls “carbon renewal technology” and “polyester renewal technology," through which feedstocks are broken down to the molecular level and used to make products that can theoretically be infinitely recycled, and waste polyester is made back into raw material. Some 25 brands and companies, including fashion retailer H&M, now sell products made with Eastman materials derived from plastic waste—including packaging and carpet fibers. Eastman aims to recycle 500 million pounds of plastic a year by 2030.
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