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CANBERRA – The Australian Government has granted AU$350,000 in investment to the Australasian Circular Textile Association (ACTA), which has been tasked with identifying promising technologies that can bolster the country’s recycling and reuse infrastructure.  

The allocation of funds was announced by Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley, who’s scheduled a roundtable to discuss Australia’s textile waste issues later this year.  

The meeting, the date for which is yet to be disclosed, is expected to convene representatives from waste management, production, charity, and retail and fashion, with Kmart and the Australian Fashion Council already confirming their participation.  

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