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Not just fashion – but the design!

Mare Textile ltd.

We are a fashion supplier;

Offering garment design and production services, with a focus on multi-product womenswear, although we also produce for unisex and menswear ranges as well as accessories. Founded in 2006, our main office is London based, with a Turkish office to celebrate our heritage and growing network of factories in the reigon. We believe that quality and design go hand in hand, and aim to be our customer’s most trusted supplier.

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Best Ways to Recycle Clothing

Donate your unwanted garments! As we’ve said, it’s a simple way to recycle that helps both the environment, those in need, and yourself. Turn old clothing into cleaning rags. Cut the clothes and turn them into rags for dusting and cleaning. It’ll help you save money, keep your home clean, and reuse items you were going to toss in the trash. Use them for crafting purposes, and if you’re not a crafter, lend the items to someone you know who is. Look up other textile recycling programs. For example, Nike has a Reuse-A-Shoe program where they’ll take worn-out athletic shoes, grind them up, and use them to create playgrounds, courts, and more. See if the clothes can be composted. Items that are 100 percent cotton can be composted—shred them finely, remove any attachments, and add it to your compost pile.

The UK could save around £3billion per year from the cost of the resources we use to make and clean clothes if we changed the way we supplied, used and disposed of clothing. This would reduce the carbon, water and waste footprints of clothing consumption by 10-20% each. Being part of the Wrap 2020 Commitment we aim to reduce our own and help others to reduce their environmental footprints. 350,000 tonnes, that’s around £140 million worth of used but still wearable clothing goes to landfill in the UK every year. This equates to more than 30% of our unwanted clothing currently goes to landfill.

We Great Britons send 700,000 tonnes of clothing to recycling centres, textile banks, clothes collections and to charity each year. That’s enough to fill 459 Olympic-size swimming pools. 57% of people say they recycle their textiles with 41% of people saying they’re not aware of recycling facilities for textiles. More than 60% of householders in the UK say they have unwanted clothes and textiles stored in their homes. Look out for our charity clothes bags or call for an individual pick up and know that your unwanted clothes will benefit UK charities and the planet in one, hassle free collection.

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Office Number: 00 44 203 794 7210

Mobile Number: 00447983667130



Brickfields Business Center Unit 320 37

Cremer Street Hoxton E2 8HD

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