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0% waste 100% circular textile- and apparel value chains

Reference number
Coordinator Högskolan i Borås - Science Park Borås
Funding from Vinnova SEK 407 977
Project duration April 2018 - November 2018
Status Completed
Venture Challenge-Driven Innovation – Stage 1 initiation

Important results from the project

The project "0% waste 100% circular in textile and apparel value chains" strives for zero % waste and 100 % circularity. Through humanistic approach implement digital technologies that support sustainability in textile and apparel value chains. The project´s philosophy is to design a clothing and textile industry that has a regenerative approach that supports and develops the mutual dependence between people and the planet Earth.

Expected long term effects

During the project, we have validated the Scale out, scale up and scale deep framework and concluded that the method fits well in the textile value chain. Other projects designed to support 0/100 already meet some of the goals of positive impact on society and minimizing environmental impact and have also contributed to the validation of a foundation for continued research and innovation.

Approach and implementation

In the first phase we have executed 3 workshops. At the 1st workshop the participants´ roles were determined and possible additions to the plan were mapped. The following meeting we analyzed the interfaces between the partners and also the project for understanding where the contact areas are, requirements and which other stakeholders we need to fulfill the 0/100 scope. In the final workshop, the project´s goals and philosophy were finally established. The humanist approach of the project and the work packages were refined.

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Last updated 5 April 2019

Reference number 2018-00400

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