Users and clients within a ‘closed-loop chain’ demand transparency in the chain. Companies and producers use sustainability as a popular term. To prevent “greenwashing” from occurring in the Textile Circularity Concept of WEAR2GO, transparency and clear communication are required and guaranteed in all links of the chain.
An innovative tracking system
How can we continue to follow a garment in the value chain and how do we ensure that information is clear and reliable in every link? In order to make this possible, a digital passport has been developed in collaboration with the National Sustainability Institute (NDI), which is added to clothing by means of a QR code and / or chip. This enables the tracing of the materials used in every link in the chain and employees in the separation hub know exactly which textile mono-stream must begenerated and what must be done with these materials.
What is the National Sustainability Institute?
The National Sustainability Institute provides insight into sustainable, circular and corporate social responsibility. For this, NDI has developed a number of essential tools combined in a platform. With this platform they give everyone who is interested insight into the appreciation and performance of organisations in the field ofsustainability. Transparency and taking responsibility are important pillars to preserve our beautiful planet for later generations.