Untangling certification for recycled materials
All of us -the textile industry and the consumer, continue to contribute to waste and overuse of resources. More and more companies have begun using recycled materials in new and inventive ways. But how can you be sure you are getting what you are asking for? How can your decisions contribute to less waste in landfills and a lower dependence on virgin resources? Ashley Gill will present the current landscape of labels and certification used to verify recycled materials in textiles.
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About the orator
Ashley Gill has been with Textile Exchange since 2010. She works in the Industry Integrity team to develop and manage the TE-owned standards and to align the industry in issues dealing with verification of product claims related to sustainability. Ashley has led the revision process for the Global Recycled Standard 3.0 and has been involved in the development of standards to address animal welfare in the production of down and wool. Ashley has frequently spoken on topics of integrity and certification.
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