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Published on Thursday, 09 June 2016

Swedish research highlights textile recycling barriers

Written by Brett Mathews

STOCKHOLM - A new Swedish report which interviewed fashion brands, textile sorters and textile recyclers suggests the current market situation is not conducive to handling used textiles in an "economic and resource efficient manner." The report also points to a clear need for increased coordination and exchange of information across the textile value chain, and a requirement for governmental policy measures aimed to boosting fibre-to-fibre recycling of textiles which include the whole textile value chain.


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