A Perth company, Loop Upcycing, is helping to fight Australia’s textile waste problem by giving workwear a second life whilst helping refugees gain employment. <iframe width=
In a world of fast fashion, Australia’s first upcycling company say they would “love to have zero waste” as they continue to build a circular economy for textiles in the country
For the past few weeks, more than a dozen women of all ages and backgrounds have come together to participate in a project that is breaking down barriers to employment. Held at MercyCareR
Clough is proud to announce that is has signed a partnership agreement with Loop Upcycling (Loop) to reduce textile waste from all its projects in Australia. Clough CEO and Managing Director
Australia is the second highest consumer of textiles in the world, only trailing the United States, with approximately 80 percent of unwanted textiles ending up in landfills each year.
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