TEXAID

TEXAID is an experienced global solution provider for professional collecting, sorting, reselling and recycling of textiles and footwear

Summary

TEXAID is a Swiss based, international textile recycling company founded 1978 as a charity-private partnership. As a European market leader with over 40 years of experience and a strong dedication to sustainability, TEXAID processes more than 280M items (80.000 tons) annually. With a global operational presence and market focus in Europe and the USA, more than 1,000 employees contribute daily to saving millions of textiles from landfill or incineration.

TEXAID’s Retail Solutions unit is designed to address the textile industry’s growing needs for sustainable end-of-use solutions and provides customized concepts for producers, distributors, brands and retailers to keep pre- and post-consumer textiles and footwear in the circle.

Through our vast expertise and market presence, TEXAID creates and delivers individual concepts and optimised solutions. Services include online and offline take-back systems, sorting of pre- and post-consumer textile, online and offline resale channels, white label re-commerce platforms, recycling and textile-to-textile R&D projects. These services can include reporting and brand protection measures (i.e. delabeling).

News

    BSR ON RESPECTFUL AND SECURE WORK ENVIRONMENTS

    The fashion value chain employs around 65 million people, the majority being female, many of whom are exposed to occupational hazards, ranging from exposure to dangerous work conditions to discrimination.1 Today, gender-based violence remains a leadi

    BETTER WORK ON BETTER WAGE SYSTEMS

    Promoting the industry-wide implementation of wages and working conditions that meet the basic needs of workers presents an opportunity for fashion brands to enhance the prosperity of the economies and people that interact with the value chain.1  

    APPAREL IMPACT INSTITUTE ON EFFICIENT USE OF RESOURCES

    Today, we see consumer industries continue to exploit Earth’s natural resources threatening biodiversity, while planetary resources, such as water and land, are limited. Optimising resource efficiency and minimising the use of natural resources are c

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