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  • Collaboration
27 September

T-REX Project consortium meets in the Netherlands

In September, our consortium gathered at the Fashion for Good headquarters in Amsterdam to plan the next steps in the project and share insights and learnings so far. Complete with a site visit to CuRe Technology in Emmen, these few days were very fruitful for T-REX Project, stay tuned for exciting updates!
  • Scientific paper
  • Conference
26 September

Incorporating social LCA in circularity metrics to avoid the unintended consequences of circular economy

What are the social risks of circular economy transitions in various industries, and what role does social lifecycle assessment play in evaluating these risks? At the 5th PLATE conference this year, Anubhuti Bhatnagar and Kirsi Niinimäki from Aalto University shared suggestions for incorporating social LCA in circularity metrics to avoid the unintended consequences of circular economy.
  • Webinar
25 August

Webinar: Working towards circularity in textiles

What are the biggest challenges and opportunities for textiles and circular practices? Our consortium partners discussed this topic in a webinar moderated by Professor Kirsi Niinimäki 28 September 2023.
  • Learnings
24 August

Master's thesis on consumer perceptions of circular practices in the textile sector

How can the textile industry encourage circular practices that are important to consumers, adapt marketing strategies and develop new policies to increase participation in more sustainable and circular alternatives? This Master’s thesis by Malmö University graduate student Elina Lewe explores the consumer role in the transition to a more circular system when it comes to textiles.
  • Collaboration
  • Policy
22 February

T-REX Project is a member of the ECOSYSTEX initiative

We're happy to be part of ECOSYSTEX, a network launched by the European Research Executive Agency (REA) to help accelerate collaboration in the textile sustainability and circularity field.
  • Learnings
08 November

​​​​​​​​Specifications for feedstock and product

The T-REX Project consortium completes the first step in the project with the development of specification guidelines for feedstock and product. The guidelines will underpin the processes for ensuring that the correct type and amount of feedstock are available from the collection sources in the project.
  • Milestones
06 September

T-REX Project launches

The journey to a circular system for post-consumer textile waste begins.