Tools to help you transform your business
WRAP's evidence, reports, guidance, case studies and tools can help you transform your business. We have the expertise and resources to help and a track record of delivering systemic change throughout supply chains.
As we progress with this new initiative more resources and guides will be published to help textiles businesses make the shift to fashion and textiles circularity in the UK along with tools to help you develop a strategy and communications around climate action.
For fashion businesses and organisations just beginning their sustainability journey, Textiles 2030 offers a ready-made strategic approach to science-based climate action via the member workstream. To support managers in these organisations who may not yet be sustainability specialists, WRAP will be publishing free guides to help develop strategy and communications around climate action. Watch this space.
Getting started in sustainable fashion and textiles
Everything you need to know about starting your sustainability journey.
Getting Started with Extended Producer Responsibility
UK Government is proposing new regulation around Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) which could affect your business - find out everything you need to know in our EPR guide.
Retailer clothing take-back guide
New guidance designed to help retailers, brands and their re-use/recycling partners either set up from scratch, or improve on a clothing take-back scheme.
Take advantage of WRAP's knowledge bank developed over recent years as part of the Sustainable Clothing Action Plan 2020
Sustainable Clothing Design
Retailers and brands can make a significant difference by making small changes to increase the durability of clothing during both the design and production process.
Guidance on Fibre and Fabric Selection
Find new and innovative sources of fabrics and develop procurement frameworks to create a more sustainable supply chain.
Guidance on Re-use and Recycling
Find new opportunities and develop fresh revenue streams by diverting some of the 30% of our textiles that end up landfill into markets for re-use and recycling.
Sustainable Clothing Business Models
For clothing companies to be competitive in 2030 they will have to adapt. They must prioritize business models that can meet demands of customers without damaging communities and the environment.
Guidance on Consumer Behaviour
Gain consumer feedback into sustainable products in the clothing industry and gain insight on how to market more durable, sustainable and less resource intensive products to consumers.
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23 June 2020
22 June 2017