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Design Lessons In Zero Waste

An estimated 400 billion m2 of textiles are manufactured annually. Out of which 15%, equivalent to 60 billion m2 ends up on the cutting room floor. The good news is that every tonne of discarded textiles that is reused stops 20 tonnes of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. We take a look at some of the techniques that can be used to reduce waste through design.

Zero waste design approaches

There are two main zero waste design approaches. The first uses a flat pattern-cutting technique to realis…

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Melanie Plank

Head of Content at Common Objective

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