End-markets for non-rewearable post-consumer textiles

In the textiles recycling landscape, more and more high-value recyclers are popping up and existing technologies are scaling up their production. To ensure Fibersorted post-consumer textile waste finds its way to these recyclers, the Fibersort project has mapped the high-value recyclers landscape, providing more insight into the current and potential end markets. The overview of high-value recyclers and the types of materials that they process are available open-source.

We encourage all organisations to enrich this document by providing feedback, suggesting other high-value recyclers or more detailed information on their operations. Please reach out to Natalia Papu through the Textiles Programme Contact page with your suggestions.  

*This research builds on publicly available information on recycler's websites or reports.


End-markets for non-rewearable post-consumer textiles

In the textiles recycling landscape, more and more high-value recyclers are popping up and existing technologies are scaling up their production. To ensure Fibersorted post-consumer textile waste finds its way to these recyclers, the Fibersort project has mapped the high-value recyclers landscape, providing more insight into the current and potential end markets. The overview of high-value recyclers and the types of materials that they process are available open-source.

We encourage all organisations to enrich this document by providing feedback, suggesting other high-value recyclers or more detailed information on their operations. Please reach out to Natalia Papu through the Textiles Programme Contact page with your suggestions.  

*This research builds on publicly available information on recycler's websites or reports.


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September 24, 2020

End-markets for non-rewearable post-consumer textiles

End-markets for non-rewearable post-consumer textiles

In the textiles recycling landscape, more and more high-value recyclers are popping up and existing technologies are scaling up their production. To ensure Fibersorted post-consumer textile waste finds its way to these recyclers, the Fibersort project has mapped the high-value recyclers landscape, providing more insight into the current and potential end markets. The overview of high-value recyclers and the types of materials that they process are available open-source.

We encourage all organisations to enrich this document by providing feedback, suggesting other high-value recyclers or more detailed information on their operations. Please reach out to Natalia Papu through the Textiles Programme Contact page with your suggestions.  

*This research builds on publicly available information on recycler's websites or reports.


End-markets for non-rewearable post-consumer textiles

In the textiles recycling landscape, more and more high-value recyclers are popping up and existing technologies are scaling up their production. To ensure Fibersorted post-consumer textile waste finds its way to these recyclers, the Fibersort project has mapped the high-value recyclers landscape, providing more insight into the current and potential end markets. The overview of high-value recyclers and the types of materials that they process are available open-source.

We encourage all organisations to enrich this document by providing feedback, suggesting other high-value recyclers or more detailed information on their operations. Please reach out to Natalia Papu through the Textiles Programme Contact page with your suggestions.  

*This research builds on publicly available information on recycler's websites or reports.


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In the textiles recycling landscape, more and more high-value recyclers are popping up and existing technologies are scaling up their production. To ensure Fibersorted post-consumer textile waste finds its way to these recyclers, the Fibersort project has mapped the high-value recyclers landscape, providing more insight into the current and potential end markets. The overview of high-value recyclers and the types of materials that they process are available open-source.

We encourage all organisations to enrich this document by providing feedback, suggesting other high-value recyclers or more detailed information on their operations. Please reach out to Natalia Papu through the Textiles Programme Contact page with your suggestions.  

*This research builds on publicly available information on recycler's websites or reports.


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