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Published on Monday, 27 July 2015

Brand collaboration key to ‘closing the loop’

Written by Brett Mathews

WAKEFIELD - A system of closed loop textile recycling in the apparel industry will only happen if brands and retailers work together – that's the view of Nick Morley, associate director with research and consulting company Oakdene Hollins. In a wide-ranging interview for the forthcoming Closing the Loop report, Morley, who now runs digital textile printing business, Faering Ltd, said: "If brands and retailers are serious about greater closed loop recycling, then they need to collaborate more, as concerted action will change the system much faster."


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