Fibersort: Overcoming barriers for long-term implementation

This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project. These barriers and success factors are portrayed through case studies of organisations across the textiles value chain active in implementing solutions to enable a thriving end-of-use for textiles.

March 11, 2020

Fibersort: Overcoming barriers for long-term implementation

This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project.

This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project. These barriers and success factors are portrayed through case studies of organisations across the textiles value chain active in implementing solutions to enable a thriving end-of-use for textiles.

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July 10, 2020

Fibersort: Overcoming barriers for long-term implementation

Fibersort: Overcoming barriers for long-term implementation

This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project. These barriers and success factors are portrayed through case studies of organisations across the textiles value chain active in implementing solutions to enable a thriving end-of-use for textiles.

Fibersort: Overcoming barriers for long-term implementation

This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project. These barriers and success factors are portrayed through case studies of organisations across the textiles value chain active in implementing solutions to enable a thriving end-of-use for textiles.

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This report explores the key barriers and critical success factors for an effective market uptake of post-consumer recycled textiles and automated sorting technologies, such as the Fibersort, in the long term in North-West Europe. This report is the final publication of the Fibersort Interreg NWE project. These barriers and success factors are portrayed through case studies of organisations across the textiles value chain active in implementing solutions to enable a thriving end-of-use for textiles.

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