Leading Textile Recycling in Pakistan

Interloop Limited, a leader in responsible textile manufacturing has joined forces with Reverse Resources (RR) and Pakistan’s National Textile University (NTU) to transform Pakistan’s textile-to-textile (T2T) recycling sphere. This collaborative effort seeks to establish a structured framework for managing textile waste, improving the quality and commercial viability of textile-to-textile recycled products, ensuring transparency, and enabling digitally verifiable traceability in the recycling process. It also facilitates the establishment of KPIs for scalable circularity.

This project is funded by the Sustainable Manufacturing and Environmental Pollution (SMEP) programme, established by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and is implemented in partnership with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). It is also supported by Global Fashion Agenda’s Circular Fashion Partnership and Fashion For Good. Interloop will be working with RR to implement a custom waste-mapping program, driving the company’s waste traceability forward, via digitisation of inventory in the waste supply chain from source to recycling.