Textile Recycling Market worth $9.4 billion by 2027 – At a CAGR of 6.4%

According to a market research report, the “Textile Recycling Market by Material (Cotton, Polyester & Polyester Fibers, Wool, Nylon & Nylon Fibers), Textile Waste, Process, Distribution, End-use Industry (Apparel, Home Furnishing, Industrial & Institutional), and Region – Global Forecast to 2027”, The global textile recycling market size is projected to reach USD 9.4 billion by 2027 from USD 6.9 billion in 2022, at a CAGR of 6.4% during the forecast period. As the average life of a given garment gets shorter, there is an increase in the production of textile and clothing waste. Landfill disposal and the incineration process, which results in greenhouse gas emissions, this has a significant negative impact on the environment. According to EPA and SMART, recycling textiles significantly lowers greenhouse gas emissions, which stimulates economic growth. Furthermore, it is projected that innovations in recycling practices and ground-breaking research in the area will support market expansion.


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The key players in the textile recycling market include Lenzing AG (Austria), Birla Cellulose (India), HYOSUNG TNC (South Korea), Unifi, Inc. (US), and Patagonia, Inc. (US) among others.
Mergers & acquisitions, investments & expansions, partnerships & collaborations, and new product developments are some of the major strategies adopted by these key players to enhance their positions in the Textile Recycling Market.

Lenzing AG is one of the global leaders in the manufacturing and distribution of fiber for textiles, nonwovens, and industrial applications. The company has organized its operation through three segments: division fiber, division pulp, and others. Lenzing AG offers textile recycling under its division pulp segment. The division pulp produces and procures dissolving pulp, which is the necessary primary and intermediate product for fiber production. To address the enormous textile waste challenges of industry and society, Lenzing has developed a unique upcycling technology branded REFIBRA™.
This technology utilizes pre-consumer cotton scraps and post-consumer garments, cotton scraps are transformed into cotton pulp from the textile value chain as raw materials. In October 2022, Lenzing AG partnered with CISUTAC (Circular and Sustainable Textile and Clothing) a project co-founded by the EU. Through this partnership, Lenzing AG is focusing on scaling up the production of recycled textile waste.
HYOSUNG TNC is one of the global leaders in the manufacturing and distribution of fiber. It produces and supplies nylon, polyester yarn, textiles, and dyed, processed fabric products. The company has organized its operation through two segments: Textile and Trading. It offers textile recycling under its textile segment. HYOSUNG has a product portfolio of recycled yarns of major synthetic fibers, ranging from polyester to nylon and spandex.
The company’s textile recycling is done by regen technology and pre-consumer recycling textile waste is used to make yarn with by-products generated during manufacturing processes. In March 2022, HYOSUNG TNC signed an agreement with TOPTEN, to work together for the development of good-quality eco-friendly products. HYOSUNG TNC will supply diverse eco-friendly materials using Regen and TOPTEN will introduce a collection of cost-effective, eco-friendly clothes using it, including activewear like Balance.

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