House Clearance Liverpool – Textile Recycling News

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House Clearance Liverpool – Textile Recycling News

With its recent history of world-wide oversupply and depressed prices, textiles recycling has had little cause for hope. House Clearance Liverpool however argued that population growth is a basic reason for optimism. The number of people in developing countries could double by 2025 in some estimates, creating a huge market of consumers who can only afford to buy used clothing. Manufacturers of new clothing would not be able to compete.

House Clearance Liverpool believes that if the tonnages of used clothing collected are to meet this demand, textile traders should collaborate and promote the sector both to government officials and the public. Current problems facing the industry is the threat to wiping cloths from non-wovens and other manufacturers products. Life cycle analysis shows that wiping cloths made from recycled material uses less water and energy as well as generating less waste, and this message needs to be communicated.

The use of ISO standards for used clothing is also being investigated by the US trade association. House Clearance Liverpool reports that certification could be a way of highlighting well-graded garments from the mass avaliable and help stop used clothing being dumped in already over-loaded markets. House Clearance Liverpool spoke of the trading difficulties affecting EU countries. Exports of secondary textiles are being hampered, destroying long-established trade patterns, driving companies out of business and eliminating jobs. House Clearance Liverpool also warned that anyone who thought this was merely a regional problem was sadly mistaken. He nevertheless saw positive signs for increasing textiles demand due to continuous growth of the world population.