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Going Eco, Going Dutch,

A local and closed loop textile production system

Going Eco, Going Dutch,

A local and closed loop textile production system

Samenvatting

Consumers, producers and designers are increasingly demanding transparency throughout the fashion and textile supply chain to realize the required reduction of the environmental impact of textiles. Communication between these stakeholders is mandatory in order to accomplish this, but is difficult because of the complexity of the international supply chain. Designing and producing garments is still done in the classic top down approach; innovation in the textile and clothing production chain is necessary to realize the required improvement and make the textile industry sustainable. Innovative designers as well as established companies are looking for sustainable alternatives for conventional raw materials, new production methods and recycling options throughout the whole chain. Collaboration between all stakeholders and workers in the textile production chain is required and despite this understanding, transparent and long-lasting collaboration is not yet common practice. The Dutch textile industry has the knowhow and resources to set up a local and closed loop sustainable textile production system by collaboration with all stakeholders involved.

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OrganisatieSaxion
InstituutAcademie ACT
LectoraatSmart Functional Materials
Datum2017-10-01
TypeCongresbijdrage
TaalEngels

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