The Circular Centre works with Australian government, businesses and the community to:
The Circular Textile Waste Service (CTWS) is the next step beyond recycling. Australia's only fully circular service that sends zero textiles offshore, zero textiles to landfill and diverts zero plastic microfibres back into recycled yarn that just keeps shedding plastic microfibres.
See individual services that we offer according to your waste and Request the full Presentation.
The full circular solutions offer textile diversion solutions based on both garment/product type and fibre type. Our various circular streams and Circular Market offer clients an opportunity to divert and/or purchase circular products.
Some clients who have used our service include:
As a start-up, we are working with councils and businesses to put the service into the community as quickly as possible.
At last official count, Australia recycles 88,000 tonnes of clothing per year, however a staggering 800,000 tonnes of textile waste goes to landfill.
We were recently invited to exhibit and attend the Minister for Environment's National Clothing Textile Waste Roundtable, see further details on CC News.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
AT A GLANCE.
WHAT WE DON'T DO.
Contact us to request an Assessment Form to determine which of our resource recovery services and streams you require and provide a quote.
WHAT WE DO DO.
and through the Circular Market we
Request to see the full presentation for corporate clients, uniforms & workwear, fashion and garment producers plus commercial Industrial textile waste
We will work with you to arrange a collection, a take-back service or you send textile waste direct for repurposing and become Zero Textile Waste Certified.
CIRCULAR CENTRE PTY LTD ABN 38640614740
The Circular Centre is situation on Gadigal people's land in Eora Country, Sydney Australia. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. It always was and always will be Aboriginal land.