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ISWA Roundtable for Ethical Textile Recycling

19 augustus ISWA is the worlds leading network promoting professional and sustainable waste- resourse management. Their mission is to promote sustainable waste management worldwide and they recently invited members to a roundtable meeting in Rotterdam on Tuesday 16th July 2019.   John Woods and Jill Sansom...
Closing the loop

Closing the Loop. Can social and solidarity organisations accelerate the circular economy?

15 juli The UN Inter Agency Task force on Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) published an article on the role of SSE-organisations in the circular economy and in delivering SDG 12. Salvation Army ReShare - ENoR member - is one of the studied SSE organisations. Today’s world seems to be buzzing with...
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22-23 May ENoR Conference

27 mei From 22-23 May the ENoR Conference took place in Helsingør, denmark. 19 delegates of the ENoR organisations participated in discussions on market developments, strategies, lessons learned and product development. Additionally we discussed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). How do the SDG...
Dark future textile collection

Salvation Army (NL) sees a dark future for textile collection

26 april More and more textiles are procured and discarded, the quality of textiles is decreasing and the quality of recycling stays behind. This combination gives a dark image of the future for the textile collection market, says Salvation Army, the oldest and biggest textile collector in the Netherlands....
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SATCoL opens two new Donation Centres

07 maart Salvation Army Trading Company have opened their fourth and fifth Donation Centres in Banbury and Exeter respectively. As part of an their ongoing aim to provide easy-access donation points for the public, the Business Development Team have opened two more Donation Centres in the last two months,...
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ReShare builds new textile sorting center

20 december Salvation army ReShare, will build a new national textile sorting center at A1 Businesspark in Deventer (NL). The sorting center will be 5.000 m2 and will have about 25 employees from social programs. The new center will be energy-neutral. Simon Smedinga (Operational Director ReShare): 'By...