Textile Recycling

Textile waste refers to any discarded or unwanted textile materials or products that are no longer in use or suitable for their original purpose. It encompasses a wide range of items, including clothing, fabrics, carpets, upholstery, linens, and other textile-based products. Textile waste can be generated at various stages of the textile production and consumption cycle, such as manufacturing, distribution, retail, and end-user disposal.

Green Colour Code Waste Treatment process pre-consumer waste generated during the manufacturing and production process. It includes leftover fabric scraps, cuttings, and trimmings from factories, as well as unsold or defective textile products from manufacturers and retailers. Post-consumer textile waste is also being processed that comprises textile waste generated by consumers after the products have been used and discarded. It includes worn-out or damaged clothing, household textiles, and accessories, such as bedding, towels, curtains, and shoes. We also offer destruction of counterfeit textile products for company’s brand protection.

Green Colour Code Waste Treatment takes the opportunity to be a part of sustainable practices. Recycling and reusing processed textile waste can help conserve resources, reduce energy consumption, and minimize the environmental impact of textile production.

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