Re-Fresh Global upcycles mixed and unsorted textile waste into chemicals and raw materials. Most modern-day textile wastes are blends of natural and synthetic components. Re-Fresh’s industrial process separates these components. The synthetics are upcycled into Re-SanPulp – a synthetic non-woven textile pulp that finds uses across the built environment. The natural components – such as cellulose-rich cotton are refined into Re-Nano: A patented microfibrillated cellulose with use cases across industries, from food, to electronics, to materials. Re-Fresh is slated to set up a pilot plant with SOEX, one of Europe’s largest textile redistributors.