By  on May 17, 2018

Tintex Textiles has joined the “Make Fashion Circular” initiative organized by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which “aims to collaborate and innovate toward a new textiles economy, based on the principles of a circular economy,” the foundation said.

The foundation’s core partners of the initiative include Burberry, Gap Inc., H&M, HSBC, Nike Inc. and Stella McCartney. The effort is being done with support from the C&A Foundation and the Walmart Foundation. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation said there are 16 stakeholders, which includes municipal authorities, “fashion producers, designers and brands” that have “joined forces to transform the current state of fashion and rectify its negative impact.”

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