80 million tonnes of textile end up in a landfill every year, and it is expected to increase to 160 million tonnes by 2030.
Reparation and Circular Development to Eliminate Textile Waste
Unlocking Global Accountability for the Global South
We are developing solutions that connect producers with textile recovery initiatives in a circle of co-responsibility.
In 2023 we published “Undressing The Planet”, a case study on the pertinence of a Textile Credit mechanism as a feasible model of global accountability for reparation and circular development in the Global South.
An homogeneus exchange token to enable impact-based accountablity.
Just as regulated EPR schemes require producers to contribute for the items put into the market, a decentralized Textile Credit mechanism acts as a voluntary global EPR system to expand accountability beyond regulations. It allows textile producers to pledge and effectively support textile recovery projects through performance-based contributions equivalent to their Textile Footprint.
TEXTILE RECOVERY INITIATIVES
Join our platform and apply the T-Standard framework.
We are currently piloting our T_Standard for Textile Recovery Projects certification and monitoring framework. Request more information if you are interested in joining the pilot.
Closing the Co-Responsibility Circle
We are developing the digital infrastructure for the 1st voluntary Textile Credit platform, and working directly with textile Producers commited to take responsibility of their Textile Footprint by contributing to Textile Recovery Projects in the Global South. An industry mobilization to repare the environment and develop local circular ecosystems through a redistributive model based on accountability, traceability and co-responsibility.
Full Traceability of Textile Flows
Transparency & Accountability
Enhancing Sustainable Development