The Fibersort is a technology that automatically sorts large volumes of garments and finished products by fibre composition. This allows them to be recycled into new, high-quality textiles. Once sorted, these materials become reliable, consistent input materials for high-value textile to textile recyclers. High-value recycling technologies can transition low-value waste into new, high-value textiles and they are a critical link in the circular supply chain. Therefore, the Fibersort is a key technology that will enable textile resources to cycle repeatedly through the supply chain. Once commercialized, it will create a tipping point for a new, circular textile industry.
Worn Again are supporters of the SCAP 2020 commitment.
Engaged in the Textile Exchange rPET working group