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Since 2015 'The Collection' is a collaboration with 5 non-profit organizations to collect, sort and reuse textiles.
Location: Prov. Antwerpen, Belgium (Belgique-België)
Innovative approach that makes textile collecting possible in Eastern European countries
Location: Южен централен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: CESME
CITEVE is the main facilitator of the cooperation between companies, academy and local authorities to promote the innovation in the textile sector.
Location: Alentejo, Portugal
Project: ecoRIS3
The second Textile Innovation Group Meeting was held in Huddersfield, on 10th February 2017
Type: Project
The forth RESET interregional seminar on Smart textiles and new ways of production will be hosted by STFI Saxon Textile Research Institute in Chemnitz (DE)
Type: Project
19/10/2016 - 20/10/2016
RESET 1st Thematic Seminar and Steering Committee Meeting in Alcoi
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Municipality of Prato
The textile and clothing sector in Europe includes 173,000 companies with a turnover of €165 billion, employing 1.87 million people. The sector’s competitiveness is linked to innovation and technology development and more recently, sustainability and environmentally-friendly production. Production uses high levels of raw materials, water, energy and chemicals and often generates air, water and soil pollution through untreated effluent and waste, which can have a big impact on the environment. New, sustainable approaches are being developed and adopted by textile and clothing companies across the EU. Informing stakeholders and policy makers about these good practices would allow those solutions to be adopted in other regions. What is RESET? RESET is an Interreg Europe project which aims to change the way European Structural Fund policies and programmes are implemented in the partners’ regions. Its key objective is to improve regional policies and promote a more sustainable approach to production in the textile and clothing sector. This includes the creation, management and enhancement of the Research and Development and Innovation infrastructures required to develop greener and more sustainable textile and clothing products and processes which will different these regions from their competitors. RESET addresses 6 key themes: Recycling in textile and waste disposalWater consumption and energy saving, sustainable company organisations New sustainable chemistry, including reduction of chemical substances Smart textiles and new ways of production Eco-creativity, natural fibres, short value chainsNew materials and new applications  What will RESET do?  Each RESET partner will develop an Action Plan detailing how policy instruments are to be improved in each region, indicating the actions, timeframe, players, possible costs and funding sources required. They will be embedded into the participating regions’ National and Structural Fund Programmes with the aim of significantly reducing the environmental impact of textile and clothing production across Europe whilst increasing the competitiveness of the sector.  </iframe><br></span><br></p>
Circularity potential of the textile and beverage sectors in Catalonia: Regional dissemination of the results of the Interreg Europe project CircE
Type: Project
RESET Opening Workshop Innovating for Textile & Clothing Sustainability
Type: Project
Submitted by: Sona Hatokova, 22/06/2020
The creative center for building communities in Presov region. The idea of the project is to build up an infrastructure for the ecological creative industry. Infrastructure will contain at least 10 centers with one "capital", in Presov. The capital center will educate in eco-innovative approach for craft making, for working with waste materials, and to transcript old cultural heritage specific for each city, where the center will be built up, in the new ecological way, the idea to preserve traditional craft production but bring ecological aspects to it. The main center Presov will also be a training center for textile upcycling, given that Presov is known for its historical tradition of sewing clothes. Therefore, we want to restore what we have to teach people to do ecologically but to cherish the old heritage as well. The center will offer equipment for work, we will focus on machines that ordinary people cannot afford. We also plan to support 3D printing from biodegradable materials