Aalten, Oct. 13th, 2020: Leading suppliers of hotel textiles in Europe, the Danish company Beirholms Væverier and the German/Dutch company Dibella, begin circular collaboration with Swedish Reused Remade, known for its climate-smart textile bags made of reused hotel bedlinen. Together, they will extend the life cycle of hotel textiles and contribute to the circular economy by upcycling discarded textiles from laundries turning them into new textile bags for the retail market.
Bocholt, August 2020: Dibella's commitment to sustainability enters the next phase with "Dibella up": The company takes back textiles sorted out by customers and recycles the raw materials bound in them using a unique closed-loop concept. This takes into account the company's various product qualities with adequate processes and thus for the first time offers an adequate solution for the endless use of precious resources.
Worn Again Technologies, the pioneering polymer recycling technology firm, today announces the launch of its pilot R&D facility as a major step forward in its development process. The facility is located at CPI, a technology and innovation centre in Redcar, England. Worn Again Technologies is a leader in the use of science to recapture raw materials from non-reusable products with a vision to eliminate waste and replace the use of virgin resources.
Aalten, January 2020: Dibella has launched the unique pilot project “Clean and Green Village” in India. It is committed to waste recycling concepts and clean nature in the organic cotton growing areas. The initiative carried out via the GoodTextiles Foundation is open to companies wishing to become involved in environmental education in India’s rural areas.
Dibella announces it has joined Worn Again Technologies’ Pioneer Members’ programme consisting of some of the most forward-thinking brands in the global apparel and textiles industry. The establishment of this programme one step further on Worn Again Technologies and Dibella’s shared mission to propel the shift to a circular resource world, wasting no time – or textiles – in getting there.