ReCircle's Project Extra Life: Redefining Textile Waste Management in India

ReCircle, a leading clean-tech innovator, has launched Project Extra Life to address India's textile waste problem. The initiative aims to collect, sort, and recycle at least 570 MT of textile waste by collaborating with various businesses and institutions. The project emphasizes transparency and technological advances to create a sustainable waste management system.


PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 06-06-2024 14:11 IST | Created: 06-06-2024 14:11 IST
ReCircle's Project Extra Life: Redefining Textile Waste Management in India
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ReCircle, a leader in resource recovery and clean technology, has officially launched Project Extra Life to combat India's growing textile waste problem. The initiative aims to collect, sort, and recycle 570 metric tons of textile waste over the next year.

The project seeks collaboration with more than 100,000 businesses and institutions, including fashion houses and educational establishments, to close the loop on textile waste. ReCircle's circular approach focuses on reusing, repairing, and recycling materials to create a sustainable future.

Rahul Nainani, Co-Founder and CEO of ReCircle, emphasized the importance of transparency and accountability in tracking the life cycle of donated clothes. ReCircle aims to integrate technological solutions to optimize waste management and create significant social and environmental impacts.

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