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Oct 28th 2022 – Citeo Circular Challenge

Fairbrics; finalist for Citeo Circular Challenge

Citeo aims to accelerate the transformation of our economy towards circular models by providing long-term support for prevention, eco-design, sorting, collection, reuse and recycling projects. We are happy to announce that Fairbrics has been selected as a finalist for Citeo circular challenge which will take place on December 8, 2022 in Paris. Here is the link to join this event: Circular Challenge

Oct 14th 2020 – Thomson Reuters Foundation

Fairbrics and its product Airwear are featured by the Thomson Reuters Foundation:

Polyester from pollution? Fashion’s next generation goes green. By the beginning of next year, Fairbrics – its name refers to a “fairer” way of producing fabrics – expects to be able to produce a kilogram of polyester yarn a day, he said. To read the article, click here.

May 17th 2021 – H&M Group Partnership

Fairbrics partners with H&M Group

H&M Group has partnered with the Global Change awared winner Fairbrics to produce sustainable polyester from harmful CO2 emissions using state-of-the-art technology developed by Fairbrics. Helena Helmersson, CEO of the H&M Group, participated in Fashion CEO agenda wearing a pink t-shirt made of fibres that are literally spun from thin air. Read more: H&M Group & Fairbrics

Oct 14th 2020 – Thomson Reuters Foundation

Fairbrics and its product Airwear are featured by the Thomson Reuters Foundation:

Polyester from pollution? Fashion’s next generation goes green. By the beginning of next year, Fairbrics – its name refers to a “fairer” way of producing fabrics – expects to be able to produce a kilogram of polyester yarn a day, he said. To read the article, click here.

Oct 12th 2020 – Clean Tech Open France

Fairbrics won the Cleantech Open France

The Cleantech Open France is the ecosystem of start-ups in the French Cleantech sector committed to the energy, environmental and climate transition. In the Green Chemistry & New Materials sector, Fairbrics is the big winner thanks to the manufacture of materials intended for industrialists and more respectful of the environment. Fairbrics offers more environmentally friendly solutions to manufacturers for the manufacture of materials that are essential to them. They use CO2 as a raw material in the manufacture of virgin synthetic fabrics for the fashion industry. To read about the challenge and other winners, click here.

Sep 21st 2020 – European Commission

Fairbrics selected as Finalist by European Commission for the 2020 EUSIC Reimagine Fashion

The European Commission has announced Airwear by Fairbrics as a finalist of the European Social Innovation Competition 2020 around the theme “Reimagine Fashion”, Reimagining fashion to change behaviour for sustainable fashion.

This competition is organized by the European Commission in all EU Member States and countries associated with Horizon 2020.
The finalists were selected by a jury of experts from a group of 30 semi-finalists who, in turn, were chosen from a total of 766 applicants from across Europe.
To read about the challenge and other finalists,  click here.

Oct 28th 2022 – Citeo Circular Challenge

Fairbrics; finalist for Citeo Circular Challenge:

Citeo aims to accelerate the transformation of our economy towards circular models by providing long-term support for prevention, eco-design, sorting, collection, reuse and recycling projects. We are happy to announce that Fairbrics has been selected as a finalist for Citeo circular challenge which will take place on December 8, 2022 in Paris. Here is the link to join this event: Circular Challenge

Oct 14th 2020 – Thomson Reuters Foundation

Fairbrics and its product Airwear are featured by the Thomson Reuters Foundation:

Polyester from pollution? Fashion’s next generation goes green. By the beginning of next year, Fairbrics – its name refers to a “fairer” way of producing fabrics – expects to be able to produce a kilogram of polyester yarn a day, he said. To read the article, click here.

Oct 12th 2020 – Clean Tech Open France

Fairbrics won the Cleantech Open France

The Cleantech Open France is the ecosystem of start-ups in the French Cleantech sector committed to the energy, environmental and climate transition. In the Green Chemistry & New Materials sector, Fairbrics is the big winner thanks to the manufacture of materials intended for industrialists and more respectful of the environment. Fairbrics offers more environmentally friendly solutions to manufacturers for the manufacture of materials that are essential to them. They use CO2 as a raw material in the manufacture of virgin synthetic fabrics for the fashion industry. To read about the challenge and other winners, click here.

Sep 21st 2020 – European Commission

Fairbrics selected as Finalist by European Commission for the 2020 EUSIC Reimagine Fashion

The European Commission has announced Airwear by Fairbrics as a finalist of the European Social Innovation Competition 2020 around the theme “Reimagine Fashion”, Reimagining fashion to change behaviour for sustainable fashion. This competition is organized by the European Commission in all EU Member States and countries associated with Horizon 2020.
The finalists were selected by a jury of experts from a group of 30 semi-finalists who, in turn, were chosen from a total of 766 applicants from across Europe.
To read about the challenge and other finalists,  click here.