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DELHI – Sustainability initiative Fashion for Good (FFG) has commissioned a study into India’s textile waste landscape, as it looks to fill the infrastructural gaps that would enable a circular economy.  

Building on the organisation’s existing Sorting for Circularity project, the research – undertaken in collaboration with Sattva Consulting, Saahas Zero Waste and Reverse Resources – will establish a picture of domestic post-consumer, pre-consumer and imported waste.  

Katrin Ley, Fashion for Good’s managing director, said: “Advanced recycling technologies are at the cusp of closing the textile-to-textile recycling loop. With mounting pressure to reduce reliance on virgin sources and decarbonise the industry, what can be reused, must be reused to its full potential.” 

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