Recycled Textile Initiative by Blocktexx

Blocktexx is a fashion technology platform with the goal of recycling existing clothing. They aim to source discarded donated clothing from Salvation Army and convert it into a fabric that they could then turn into a garment and give back to the store to sell.

Polyester can take from 20 to 200 years to break down, while also remitting a variety of chemicals. Over the next three to five years, Blocktexx hopes to take tens of thousands of tonnes of textiles out of landfill.

Go to the Blocktexx website for more information.

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