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Feasibility trajectories

initiatives to

embrace textile recycling

Our ambition is to embrace and enable textile recycling initiatives by providing knowledge, experience and support. In 2009 we started as an open knowledge and innovation center for high-quality textile recycling. The immediate cause was the visible growth of textile waste steam, the expectation that the amount of textile waste will continue to grow and the lack of knowledge for high-quality reuse of textiles. Our strength now lies in bundling functionalities and knowledge that together create added value and ensure optimal reuse and recycling of textiles.

What is a feasibility process?

A feasibility study is a process that consists of a feasibility study, or a combination of a feasibility study and experimental development.

Experimental development is the acquisition, combination, design and use of existing scientific, technological and other relevant knowledge and skills in the field of textile processing. Development aimed at the further development of new or improved products, processes and technologies. For Texperium, this can also consist of activities aimed at the concept development of new products, taking into account design for recycling and end of life use.

Our feasibility trajectories usually run for 1 to 2 years and are aimed at performing tasks that contribute to high-quality reuse of textiles and the discovery and / or improvement of new and existing trajectories. These trajectories are development intensive. A feasibility study does NOT include the production of products or prototypes. This takes place within the innovation processes.

In short: Development and research oriented, feasible in the short term, more insight into high-quality reprocessing.

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