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By Jayme Monsanto, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - Nike have finally presented their new Brazil football uniform for the forthcoming South Africa World Cup. The iconic yellow shirts are made entirely from recycled polyester, with each one produced from eight recycled plastic bottles collected from Japanense and Thai landfill sites.

According to Nike, the recycling process uses 30 per cent less power than manufacturing new polyester, so it not only helps to save raw materials, but also reduces energy consumption. But will it help them lift the trophy?

The company . . .

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