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MUMBAI – Sustainability non-profit Fashion for Good (FFG) has launched a new project in India as it looks to lay the foundations for textile recycling infrastructure in the country.  

Working in collaboration with Adidas, Levi’s, PVH Corp, Arvind, Birla Cellulose and Welspun India, the ‘Sorting for Circularity India Project’ will run for 15 months and hopes to rally the wider industry as it taps into the nation’s vast quantities of waste.  

Katrin Ley, FFG’s managing director, commented: “India is a critical hub, not only for textile production and consumption, but also as a global post-consumer textile waste destination. This project is pivotal to understanding the size of this considerable market and providing the incentive, tools and means for the industry to benefit from the wealth of this untapped resource.” 

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