Textile Exchange and Reblend join Cotton Recycling Pilot

May 22, 2019



Both knowledge partners will contribute valuable knowledge and insights to the pilot aimed to improve and accelerate the uptake of post-consumer recycled cotton. Textile Exchange is the global non-profit for industry transformation in preferred fibers, integrity and standards and responsible supply networks. ReBlend is a circular textiles and fashion label and change agency to accelerate the transition to textiles with positive impact.

The Cotton Recycling Pilot is a 12-14 month project designed to address barriers to the use of post-consumer recycled cotton and increase supply chain experience with circular textiles. Circle Economy and Recover will bring together supply and demand to establish a mutual understanding of the capabilities and limitations of post-consumer recycled cotton. The project aims to identify brand and retailer requirements for recycled textiles, address available raw materials supply and performance barriers, create reference documents to facilitate faster scaling, and enable the production of real products through supply chain engagement.

Through this partnership, Textile Exchange and Reblend will support the work of the Cotton Recycling Pilot and share data and insights from past projects and ongoing work. The project is additionally supported by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. By combining knowledge and working together, industry uptake of recycled post-consumer textiles can be accelerated without reinventing the wheel.


Learn more about the project and get in touch here:

Cotton Recycling Pilot

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