WORN UP PILOT

WE WON AN AWARD TO FUND OUR PILOT
TO STOP UNIFORM TEXTILE WASTE GOING INTO LANDFILL
 

Adam Spence presenting Annie with the AMP Tomorrow Maker Award

Veena - pilot projects update from NSW Circular on Vimeo.

Textile waste is a huge polluter globally and we estimate that thousands of tonnes of uniforms go into NSW landfill every year.
We are excited to announce our 2020 PURPOSE PILOT to find a new 'purpose' for old non-useable and non-wearable uniforms, socks and tights.
The Purpose Pilot is a Project to find ways to up-cycle any uniform into new things and stop them going to landfill.
It  may be a global first!  
We are partnering with some of the best experts in textile science to make it happen - more on that later. 
If you'd like to see your non-wearble or non-useable uniforms turned into other things or just see how we go - fill in the Expression of Interest form now. We'll send you a little pack of information on this exciting Project which is one of a kind.

I'M IN! - EOI FORM