PROMOTING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

In a linear economy, used products end up in landfill where they can take up to 200 years to decompose, releasing harmful chemicals in the process.

A Circular Economy understands that value can be created out of waste, giving materials a new life and limiting the use of virgin resources.

LINEAR ECONOMY

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Respecting the Responsible Waste Management Hierarchy helps prioritizing waste management strategies according to their environmental impact for a maximum carbon offset and the elimination of landfilling.

How it works

Collect

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One person's trash is another person's treasure. We collect unwanted uniforms and textiles, from corporate organisations and schools to give them a new life and divert them from landfill.

Sort

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Once they've been received, textiles are sorted into categories: wearable/unwearable, composition, and colour, to be either Reused, Repurposed or Recycled.

Re-use

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Partnering with charity organisations wearable items (still fit to wear) are offered to those who need it the most.

Recycle

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Unwearable items are decommissioned and shredded to be recycled into making new yarn and fibers, filling for car and furniture industries, or transformed into virgin like materials for application into various industries.

START YOUR RECYCLING JOURNEY

Whether you are struggling with unwanted uniforms and textiles, or you are unsure of what to do with them?
Together, we can transform them into something valuable.

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