£2.6m Already Raise for Yorkshire Air Ambulance with 250 Recycling Banks 2018-12-13 12:31:52 Textile Recycling Firm to Work with Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance charity In the north of England textile recycling organisation BIU Group has signed a new agreement to help raise funds for the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance charity. read more ... Textile Recycling Firm Nathan’s Wastesavers to Deploy High-Tech Bins 2018-07-13 10:40:11 Egbert Tayor Develops Access Control for Textile Recycling Bins Droitwich based bin manufacturer, Egbert Taylor, has helped Nathan’s Wastesavers, one of the UK’s largest textile recycling companies, become the first UK business to offer a textile bank with access control. read more ... Partnership with I:CO to Boost Textile and Footwear Recycling 2018-06-19 12:23:01 GUESS Scheme to Reuse & Recycle Used Clothing Californian clothing manufacturer, GUESS, has partnered with I:Collect - a global solutions provider for the collection, certified sorting, reuse and recycling of used apparel and footwear. read more ... BIU Group in the 2017 Parliamentary Review 2017-10-20 10:45:22 Success for Charitable Textile Reuse & Recycling Business Model UK textile recycling firm, BIU Group, has had its charitable business model included in the 2017 Parliamentary Review, which celebrates best industry practice. read more ... Cradle to Grave Life Cycle Assessment of Textiles 2017-06-14 13:27:47 GORE-TEX Manufacturer to Boost Recycled Content of Textiles Following a Life Cycle Assessment, W.L. Gore & Associates’ Fabrics Division is to increase its offering of recycled face-fabric textiles in its GORE-TEX® range. read more ... Sainsbury’s & Oxfam Seeking to Increase Reuse & Recycling of Clothing 2017-04-06 09:37:38 UK to Discard 680m Items of Clothing this Spring – 235m Destined for Landfill A whopping 680 million items of clothing will be thrown out in the UK this season alone, with some 235 million garments making their way to landfill, according to research conducted on behalf of Sainsbury’s. read more ... Goal to Recycle 45,000 tonnes of Waste Textiles PA 2016-06-28 13:25:29 Swedes Take on Automated Textile Sorting to Boost Recycling A project being led by the IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute is developing an automated sorting system for waste textiles in a bid to increase the recycling rate from its current 5%. read more ...
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