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2024 Basic Textile Data: Best Practices and Case Studies for Municipalities

7 million of tonnes of European clothing and household textiles eventually go to landfill or incineration, and local authorities have an important role to play in the transition to circular textiles. Leaders in Estonia and the Netherlands are paving the way forward using data, and now you too can get started with Basic Textile Data: Best Practices and Case Studies for Municipalities.

TEXroad has programs for municipalities, textile collectors and sorters, and textile projects to use data to improve textile circulation in Estonia and across Europe. If you would like to join us, please get in touch.

2023 Lessons Learned and Guidelines from Paving the Way

Together with TEXroad, Saku, Lääne-Harju, and Humana have been taking important steps to increase textile reuse in Estonia. We started with reviewing national textile data and information resources, setting targets for local collection and reuse, and working with collectors to improve the consistency and frequency of textile quantity reporting. 


Through this work, we have identified the most important short term gaps to address, raised issues at the national level and set a foundation for increasing local textile reuse starting in our own communities. Now we are sharing our process and a few lessons learned so you can get started in yours.

These guidelines are useful in every European country. Download the document below in English or Estonian.

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