An award-winning and patented technology which enables a quick and easy disassembly of clothing at end of life. This by using the innovative sewing thread Wear2® and Microwave technology. Different types of textiles and accessories such as different textiles, logos and labels, tags, zippers, buttons and high-visibility tapes can therefore easily be removed. After this, textiles are transformed into mono streams allowing high-quality recycling with absolute focus on fiber for fiber. After separating the various materials, textiles are processed by the best international fiberizes, spinners, weavers and clothing producers into new high-quality garments. Separated textile types (mono streams) for which this is impossible are partially downcycled into new, sustainable end products under the name Wear2® Product.
An alternative end-of-life textile solution
One of the conditions to enable a circular concept for textile processing is the use of pure textile. However, separating textiles can be quite laborious. For example, labels, tags, zippers, buttons, logos, emblems and high-visibility tapes must be completely removed. Wear2® Ecostitching Technology makes complete disassembly of garments possible.
Innovative in unburdening
Is implementing a circular textile concept in your company complicated and laborious? Not if you find the right partner to support you. WEAR2GO facilitates with the Wear2® RETURN SYSTEM tailor-made return logistics. Here, we focus on your convenience, cost control and transparency. Together we close the circular chain, completely unburdening you.
Upcycling textile pays off
Annually, 100 million tonnes of newly produced (virgin) fibres are used worldwide by the textile and clothing industry for the production of fabrics such as wool, cotton, polyester, acrylic and nylon. This is enormously environmentally harmful and also unnecessary. Upcycling offers a solution, because of all waste streams this will result in the largest CO2 reduction in the textile industry, while the quality of textile fibres could be largely maintained. 100 million tonnes of virgin material, new fibres, are used annually for the production of textile fabrics. Time for change.