Public deliverables.

  • D2.1 Lab-scale (0,1 – 1 kg/batch) samples for (re-)spinning trials after (bio)chemical recycling of multi material fibre/textile blends
  • D2.2 Prototypes of yarn with a recycled content >50%
  • D2.3 Report on alternative primary materials
  • D2.4 Pilot-scale (10 kg/batch) samples for (re-)spinning trials after (bio)chemical recycling of multi-material fibre/textile blends
  • D2.5 Improved sorting and dismantling machinery*
  • D2.6 Sample of yarn with a recycled content >50%, at industrial scale
  • D2.7 Elastomeric multifilament as elastane alternative
  • D2.8 Report on COC in recycled textile and how to avoid them
  • D2.9 Report on scale up for recycling and spinning process*


  • D3.1 Limited quantities series of circular swimsuits available in selected Decathlon stores
  • D3.2 Small-scale collection (+/- 100 pieces) of circular jeans, made from the highest amount of postconsumer recycled content technically possible
  • D3.3 Small-scale circular sweater collection, made from the highest amount of postconsumer recycled content technically possible
  • D3.4 Collection (1100 pieces) of circular dresses available in Bel&Bo stores at a reasonable price
  • D3.5 Small-scale Xandres Corporate collection (200-210 pieces) existing of circular uniform pants
  • D3.6 Limited body and panties collection for babies and children, made from the highest amount of postconsumer recycled content technically possible and complying to Oeko-tex 100 standard
  • D4.1 Fibre footprint at garment level of six SCIRT prototypes (DRAFT)
  • D4.2 Platform which combines the GS1Digital Link and the circularity.ID system
  • D4.3 TCM framework*
  • D4.4 A set of integrated Circular Design Guidelines including visuals and text
  • D4.5 Free available guideline for fashion brands explaining the process how to make relevant product data for a circular economy accessible to the reverse supply chain
  • D4.6 True Cost Tool
  • D4.7 Overview of relevant organizational and revenue models for a circular textiles system


  • D5.1 Report on the value chain stakeholder mapping
  • D5.2 Description of findings of the consumer behavioural flow interventions
  • D5.3 Final report on User Board workshops
  • D5.4 Framework for an EPR scheme on textiles
  • D5.5 Set of guidelines and recommendations on key policy interventions


  • D7.1 Online Workspace*
  • D7.2 Project Quality Plan*
  • D7.3 Data Management Plan (DRAFT)
  • D7.4 Intermediate Advisory Board recommendations report
  • D7.5 Final Advisory Board recommendations report



  • Emanuel Boschmeier, Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki, Andreas Schwaighofer, Bernhard Lendl, Andreas Bartl,

    A novel quantification tool for elastane in textiles using thermal treatment, Polymer Testing, Volume 118, 2023, 107920, ISSN 0142-9418,

  • Manshoven, S. & Van Opstal, W. (2022), The Carrot or the Stick? Stakeholder Support for Mandatory Regulations towards a Circular Fashion System. Sustainability 14(22):14671.

  • Sebastian M. Gritsch, Sophia Mihalyi, Andreas Bartl, Wolfgang Ipsmiller, Uta Jenull-Halver, Robert F. Putz, Felice Quartinello, Georg M. Guebitz, Closing the cycle: Enzymatic recovery of high purity glucose and polyester from textile blends,
    Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Volume 188, 2023, 106701, ISSN 0921-3449,

Other resources.