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fixing fashion

Government rejects ban on clothing to landfill or incinerationSubscription

18 June, 2019 By Katie Coyne

Government rejects recommendations made by Environmental Audit Committee’s Fixing Fashion report

Cancer Research UK charity shop

Charity shops fear closures from waste changeSubscription

20 March, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Greater Manchester ends free tipping to boost recycling


WRAP backs EPR to boost fashion recyclingSubscription

20 February, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Extended producer responsibility could boost textile recycling as voluntary commitments have failed

consumer fashion

MPs say sustainability must be forced on fashion industrySubscription

19 February, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Industry should have to adhere to WRAP scheme, says Environmental Audit Committee

Fashion Salvage

Online fashion recycler makes bid to retailersSubscription

11 February, 2019 By Katie Coyne

An ‘eBay’ for fast-fashion may be the solution to growing mountain of unworn clothing


Enterprising businesses take home the honoursSubscription

MRW picks out the winners of this year’s Queen’s Award who operate within the fields of waste, recycling and the circular economy


Creagh pulls no punches on her calls for actionSubscription

MP Mary Creagh plays a key role in scrutinising the Government’s environmental policy and programmes, and has won herself fans in the sector for her work

new environment office

Clothes recycling gets a dressing downSubscription

Will 2019 be the year that UK consumers, the Government and industry apply the same environmental lens to fashion as directed at plastics

nathan wastesavers

Bank keeps eye on collectorsSubscription

Nathan’s Wastesavers has introduced a textile bank with access control, designed in collaboration with manufacturer Egbert Taylor