Developing a sustainable system for fashion and textiles in the UK and globally
WRAP's work in Textiles
WRAP aims to transform the way the fashion and textiles industry buys, uses and re-uses textiles and clothing. We are convening the sector for transformational change.
Our cross-industry collaborative agreements cut carbon, water and waste from textile supply chains.
Textiles 2030 is WRAP’s new ground-breaking, expert led initiative, harnessing the knowledge and expertise of UK leaders in sustainability to accelerate the whole industry’s move towards circularity and system change in the UK.
The Sustainable Clothing Action Plan - SCAP 2020
An industry led action plan - Our voluntary agreement has brought together fashion brands and retailers, charity retailers, textile recyclers and industry experts in long-term collaboration to successfully reduce the water, waste and carbon impacts of clothing.
Textiles Action Network
The Textiles Action Network is bringing together businesses, government, and citizens across the globe in world-leading initiatives to transform the landscape of the industry.
Working collaboratively yet independently, nations set up their own national action plans, tailored to the local context, share best practice and knowledge, and work towards one simple international goal – to create a circular economy for fashion and textiles.
European Clothing Action Plan (ECAP)
A pan-European framework which aimed to embed a circular economy approach for the clothing sector. This LIFE funded project explored production, design, public procurement, sustainable consumption, collection, recycling and reprocessing as a means of waste minimisation and effective waste recovery.
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