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Published: Saturday 23 August, 2014

Nike Mercurial Vapor X FG Nine World Cup sides to wear shirts made entirely from plastic bottles in South Africa Blue: Footballers including Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo will wear Nike shirts made entirely from plastic containers at this summer's World Cup in South Africa Manufacturing the shirts this way has prevented nearly 13million plastic containers, Totaling almost 254 tonnes of cotton waste, From starting landfill sites. Nike Brand lead designer Charlie Denson said: 'We are equipping athletes with newly designed uniforms that not only look great and deliver features benefits, But are also made with recycled compounds, Creating less impact on kinds of living conditions.-- To make the 2010 indigenous team kits, Nike's fabric suppliers sourced discarded plastic containers from Japanese and Taiwanese landfill sites and then melted them down to produce new yarn that was ultimately converted to fabric for the jerseys. This process saves garbage and reduces energy consumption by up to 30 per cent compared to manufacturing virgin polyester. Nike Mercurial Vapor X FG Mr Denson created: 'Consumers should not be penalised for choosing green-Friendly products and solutions. Our goal is less impact and more affordable.Or The t tops cost £50 each. The teams wearing Nike's new countrywide team jerseys in South Africa are: Brazilian, Holland, Italy, North america, Columbia, Questionnaire, Brand-completely innovative Zealand, Serbia then Slovenia.

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