just-style management briefing: Closing the loop on recycled textiles
By MJ Deschamps | 3 April 2012
With fast fashion and quick turnover key commercial ingredients of today's garment and apparel industry, excess textile production is prompting the sector to gravitate towards more recycling and re-use of materials, to conserve energy, increase sustainability and lower raw material costs.
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