Compreli, a pioneer in garment repair and restoration.


A circular business model, that transform discarded garments from the production process and turns them into shippable products, allowing manufacturers to realise full export value instead of scrap value, whilst reducing the chances of post-industrial textile waste reaching an incinerator or landfill.

We give garments a new life. Every day

We work with 300+ top tier garment manufacturers around the world who understand the severity of the clothing waste epidemic and have adopted our apparel restoration program turning damaged garments into A grade shippable garments. Our specialist repair 4 garments every minute and have saved 7 million garments thus far equivalent to saving 14,000 mt of CO2, 7 billion gallons of water and 7,000 mt of waste.

Waste isn’t waste until we waste it….


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