Of the 325 ideas suggested, the standout upcycling one came from a housekeeping supervisor at the Westin Trillium House in Canada.
The forum contended that the fashion industry is the world’s second-biggest user of water and produces 20 percent of global wastewater.
FabScrap aims to mitigate the issue of textile waste by streamlining material recycling processes for New York-based businesses.
The retail industry manages 3.5 billion products returned by consumers every year.
Céline Semaan, founder of Slow Factory, discusses.
Archroma debuted Smartrepel Hydro AM, its water repellency product for activewear and gear.
The association plans to share insights from a survey of more than 11,000 consumers.
Kelly W. Fisher discusses HSBC’s work in the apparel sector, effective sustainability practices and tactics for supply chain transparency.
Swiss chemical company Archroma signed a Memorandum of Understanding with World Wild Fund for Nature — Pakistan.
The collection blends natural-based, certified and organic materials with technical fabrics.
The five-year community project will work with groups that reside in rural areas which rely on agriculture and livestock such as cashmere goats.
Unifi said today it appointed Eddie Ingle to head its sustainability initiatives.