Textile Recycling International

Textile Recycling

Sustainability

Invested: 2017

Textile Recycling International is the holding company for five of the UK’s leading textile recyclers: JMP Wilcox, Nathan’s Wastesavers. Cookstown Textile Recyclers, BIU Group and SWD Premier Clothing Exports.

The Group is the UK’s leading business in the reclamation, processing and recycling of used clothing and shoes, with a focus on the circular economies.

Working closely with brands, retailers, charities and waste reclamation companies, TRI provides circular economy solutions for used garments and shoes, which are increasing in volume, particularly in relation to the growth in fast-fashion.

TRI collects used clothing and shoes from across the UK and Ireland, processing c.100,000T of material annually, across 4 sorting facilities located in Manchester, The Midlands, Scotland and Northern Ireland. TRI’s customers are global in nature with a significant focus on Eastern Europe and Africa.

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