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PETERBOROUGH – ELeather engineered leather is now being employed by over 200 airline companies, including four of the world’s largest, and in addition, around 12,000 trains and 12,000 buses are using the UK company’s material.

It is also being promoted by Nike, in its its Flyleather shoes launched in 2018, while other brands are producing 100% recyclable or vegan-friendly footwear with it.

ELeather is not an artificial leather made from microfibres, but instead is composed of a recycled fibre that is made from chopped up waste leather shavings that are normally sent to landfill.

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