Circularity of Cotton
Cotton can be reused, recycled**, and returned∞ to the earth. Explore these three intersecting paths of cotton’s circular lifecycle and start envisioning your opportunities.
Circular Lifecycle of Cotton
Choose a product pathway to explore the many ways you can close the loop with cotton.
Grown from Earth
Cotton is a natural fiber – grown from sunlight, water and earth – that stores carbon dioxide the plant has absorbed from the atmosphere. *Through the open exchange of best practices and extensive research, cotton producers continuously improve their stewardship of the land and natural resources.
The U.S. cotton industry has set meaningful 10-year goals to guide scientiﬁcally sound, national-scale improvement over time.Learn more about industry goals for sustainable cotton production.
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COTTON’S CIRCULAR LIFECYCLE
Grow your opportunities to advance the circular economy.
You know cotton as comfortable, durable, and incredibly versatile—a natural fiber you can use in products as wide-ranging as shirts, sheets, wet wipes, and 3D printed buttons.
Cotton can also be reused, recycled**, and returned∞ to the earth. So whatever product you make, there’s a circular path ahead when you make it with cotton.
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