Tamil Nadu mills form Recycle Textile Federation
Over 200 small sized mills from across Tamil Nadu which work to recycle cotton waste into yarn and textiles have joined forces to launch the Recycle Textile Federation to raise awareness and advocate for the industry.
The main aim of the organisation is, “creating awareness among our members on the markets where our products and services have demand,” said Recycle Textile Federation president Jayabal in a statement on July 10, the Press Trust of India reported. The organisation plans to help textile recycling mills increase their business by promoting the sector in general and by knowledge sharing.
Although the Recycle Textile Federation has begun in Tamil Nadu, it aims to bring together mills from across India to ascertain what the textile recycling industry’s needs are and address them. The organisation plans to identify potential global markets, along with which kinds of products those markets require, and help mills to cater to this demand so they can become large-scale exporters.
The Recycle Textile Federation has launched with 230 members from Tamil Nadu. Headquartered in yarn hub Coimbatore, the organisation plans to bring together the total 400 mills in Tamil Nadu which process and recycle cotton waste and PET bottles into yarn and textiles then move on to the national level.
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