2nd Biobased & Recycled Textiles,

20-21 Mar, 2023 - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam Marriott Hotel

It is reported that about 5.8 million tonnes of textiles are discarded every year in the EU, approximately 11kg per person 4 , and every second somewhere in the world a truckload of textiles is landfilled or incinerated.

The trend of using garments for ever shorter periods, also known as fast-fashion,  before throwing them away contribute the most to unsustainable patterns of overproduction and overconsumption.

Today as we accept the realities of climate change, this can no longer continue.

The time has come for the industry to search for more sustainable materials, better recycling options, and increasing awareness of their environmental footprint.

The new EU Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textiles sets out the vision and concrete actions to ensure that by 2030 textile products placed on the EU market are long-lived and recyclable, made as much as possible of recycled fibres, free of hazardous substances and produced in respect of social rights and the environment.

CMT’s 2nd Biobased & Recycled Textiles will gather all players in the supply chain to share innovations, new ideas and bring together brilliant discussions with regulatory updates on the EU sustainable textiles strategy.

For registration, contact huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg

For speaking interest, contact liming@cmtsp.com.sg


Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request.

Contact cynthia@cmtsp.com.sg

 
Highlights 

  • The new EU sustainable textiles strategy  - complexities and implementation challenges

  • Can EPR implementation across EU be a solution for textiles circular economy
     
  • Brandowners and retailers addressing sustainability targets and optimising recovery of waste from their own brands

  • Innovative renewable, biodegradable  materials with low carbon footprint

  • Boosting reuse & repair models

  • Biobased, sustainable dye & inks

  • Traceability in supply chain

  • Textiles to textiles recycling challenges amidst current energy crises

And many more