23 Dec '16, 11am

Nordic report looks at fate of used clothing

Nordic report looks at fate of used clothing

COPENHAGEN - The Textile Recycling Association has welcomed new research from the Nordic Council of Ministers which asked whether used clothing donated by the public in Nordic countries is supporting the circular economy through reuse and recycling. The report also asked whether it really is the case that the second hand clothing market has negative economic and social impacts in key African second hand clothing markets.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2016122322512/materials-product...

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