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System Circularity and Innovative Recycling of Textiles


State-of-the art of the fashion system

This report is the result is work performed in Task 11 on the current stateoftheart in the fashion industry It entails a snapshot of the current apparel value chain its material flows production processes trade volumes business models consumption trends and waste generation including all actors and stakeholders involved in the different steps of the value chain

Preliminary communication & dissemination plan

Report on the preliminary communication strategy to inform raise awareness and give visibility to the project and dissemination strategy to spread the project results and boost the impacts of the SCIRT project to the targeted audiences Related to Tasks 61 and 63

Interim report on communication & dissemination activities

Interim report on the communication and dissemination activities that have taken place within the project as well as an overview of what is still planned Related to Tasks 61 and 63

Fibre footprint at garment level of six SCIRT prototypes

A document visualizing the fibre footprint of textile products the selected garment types to be prototyped in SCIRT in the asis textiles system in the form of comprehensive easily interpretable fact sheets The financial environmental as well as the social dimension is covered This Deliverable is the result of work performed in Task 41

Identified market needs for recycled fibres

Report mapping of the current market demand for recycled fibres and the identification of the technical requirements and economic boundary conditions that need to be met to facilitate marketuptake This Deliverable is linked to Task 13

Outline F2F demos, including target values for yarns and multi-filaments consisting of recycled materials

This report is the result of work performed in Task 14 building on insights from Task 13 and Task 41 It describes the F2F demos defined for prototyping under WP3 including target values for yarns and multifilaments consisting of recycled materials The report provides insights on how they represent the main technological environmental and business challenges in the textiles system ie fibre compositions including recycled content technical requirements like dismantling use of chemicals business models waste treatment and cover the key product segments in the apparel sector

Vision and roadmap towards a circular fashion system

An inspiring vision document on circular fashion and a transition roadmap on how this vision can be achieved resulting from work performed in Task 12 and building on inputs from the User Boards in Task 52 This report serves as input to policy recommendations that will be further elaborated in WP 5

Intermediate Advisory Board recommendations report

Intermediate report on the recommendations made by the SCIRT Advisory Board for example during AB meetings Linked to Task 72

Report on alternative primary materials

This report is the result of work performed in Task 23 listing the possible alternatives for commonly used primary materials with a focus on local production EU based circularity compatible with the recycled fibre low impact environmental performance and availability and possibilities to scale economic potential

Communication tools - Visual Identity, flyer, roll-up and QR code

Report with an overview of the key SCIRT communication tools the visual identity flyer rollup and QR code Result of work performed in Task 61

Report on the value chain stakeholder mapping

Report on the systematic stakeholder mapping work carried out to identify key actors along the textiles value chain and for which the dedicated PICQI method will be applied Based on work performed in Task 51 using insights from Task 11

Lab-scale (0,1 - 1 kg/batch) samples for (re-)spinning trials after (bio)chemical recycling of multi-material fibre/textile blends

Demonstration of advanced biochemical recycling of multimaterial fibretextile blends including elastane obtaining labscale 01 1 kgbatch samples of pure thermoplastic polymer PET PA for respinning trials These samples are the result of work performed in Task 22 using input materials from Task 21

Platform which combines the GS1 Digital Link and the circularity.ID system

Resulting from work performed in Task 45 a platform that combines the circularityID system and the GS1 Digital Link to allow for textile product traceability The former consists of an Open Data Standard a standardized format for a product passport of textiles and a digital platform which saves the product data and makes it accessible The latter concept builds up on the worldwide accepted GTIN global tracking identification number code to give products a unique identification

Data Management Plan

A Data Management Plan for the project outlining the conditions for data preservation and publication and clearly making a distinction between potentially sensitive or confidential information and open access data Result of work performed in Task 73


Introduction to System Circularity and Innovative Recycling of Textiles (SCIRT)

Autorzy: E. Boschmeier, A. Bartl, W. Ipsmiller

The SCIRT Project

Autorzy: E. Boschmeier

Evaluation of recycling fibres from blend materials via enzymatic hydrolysis

Autorzy: D. Mehanni, E. Boschmeier, F. Quartinello, A. Bartl

Identified market needs for recycled fibres

Autorzy: E. Boschmeier
Opublikowane w: Recy & DepoTech, 2022
Wydawca: Montanuniversität Leoben, Lehrstuhl für Abfallverwertungstechnik und Abfallwirtschaft (AVAW)

Closing the cycle: Enzymatic recovery of high purity glucose and polyester from textile blends

Autorzy: Sebastian M. Gritsch, Sophia Mihalyi, Andreas Bartl, Wolfgang Ipsmiller, Uta Jenull-Halver, Robert F. Putz, Felice Quartinello, Georg M. Guebitz
Opublikowane w: Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 2023, Strona(/y) 106701, ISSN 0921-3449
Wydawca: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2022.106701

The Carrot or the Stick? Stakeholder Support for Mandatory Regulations towards a Circular Fashion System

Autorzy: Saskia Manshoven and Wim Van Opstal
Opublikowane w: Sustainability, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Wydawca: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su142214671

Recycled textiles, advantages, challenges and promises

Autorzy: A. Bartl
Opublikowane w: Texworld Evolution Paris, 2022
Wydawca: Messe Frankfurt

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