MELBOURNE – A national clothing take-back scheme in a country of 25 million people would help to avoid severe disruption to the fashion industry caused by mandatory regulations, believes the founder of the Australian Circular Textile Association Camille Reed.

This issue will be a major focus at the second edition of the Australian Circular Fashion Conference, in a country that is said to discard 6,000 kilograms of fashion and textile waste every 10 minutes, according to Reed.

The two-day event runs in Melbourne, from 21 – 22 March, and has attracted speakers from around the world to give the event a distinctly international flavour.

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