Findings from the Sorting for Circularity Europe Project report

A stepping stone for T-REX Project: Fashion for Good and Circle Economy share the findings from their 16-month analysis.
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The Sorting for Circularity Europe Project report, concludes the 16-month analysis by Fashion for Good and Circle Economy. The project aims to increase harmonisation between the sorting and recycling industry, stimulating a recycling market for unwanted textiles that can generate new revenue streams for sorters and unlock demand for recyclers and brands.

Conducting the analyses across Europe, in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom, the project provides the most comprehensive and representative snapshot of textile waste composition in Europe to date. The results point to promising opportunities for recapturing value while diverting textiles from downcycling and incineration. The results also inform brands of the best circular design practises to adopt, as well as textile collection agencies and organisations to build the necessary infrastructure and better educate and engage consumers on proper sorting and disposal practices.

Read the full report here.

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