Available now: Circular Fashion & Textiles Good Practice Sectoral Guide
Check our second report aimed at supporting industry players in high-impact Irish sectors to transition to a circular economy
- Check here the full report
- See the executive summary
- Read Sectoral Guide #1 Construction & Built Environment here
CIRCULÉIRE has made the Fashion and Textiles Good Practice Sectoral Guide publicly available.
The Guide is intended for those involved in the apparel and textiles industry, including economic operators in the value chain – such as retailers – and policymakers.
The textile industry is often described as one of the most polluting and resource-intensive industries in the world. It represents significant environmental and climate pressures in every phase of its lifecycle from the production of fibres and textile products to distribution and retail, use of textiles, collection, sorting and recycling, and final waste management.
In a circular fashion and textiles economy, products are designed with resource efficiency, non-toxicity, biodegradability, and recyclability and reuse in mind.
- Provides industry stakeholders with an overview of industry-led circular innovations that are shaping the fashion and textiles sector domestically and in other parts of the world.
- Profiles 12 circular innovations, which range in maturity and technological readiness level from earlier-stage solutions, and more mature, market-ready and fully commercialised circular innovations.
- Highlights the opportunities to circularise textiles value chains in Ireland.
CIRCULÉIRE Circular Fashion & Textiles Good Practice Sectoral Guide is part of a series of reports produced by CIRCULÉIRE targeted at Irish industry players in sectors deemed strategically important to supporting Ireland’s transition to a circular economy.
Circular Construction & Built Environment Good Practice Sectoral Guide
Check the first report intended for those involved in the construction industry by clicking here.
For further discussions about this report, get in touch with Sophie Reynolds, Circular Economy Senior Researcher.
CIRCULÉIRE is a public-private partnership co-created by Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) and three strategic partners: the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and EIT Climate-KIC. Together with industry partners, CIRCULÉIRE aims to assist manufacturers and their supply chains to switch from linear to circular business models.
Read more about CIRCULÉIRE here.