Recycled T-shirt range uses AI to avoid textile waste

June 21, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


British apparel manufacturer Teemill has launched a new range of organic cotton T-shirts which the company intends to take back an indefinite number of times.  The firm offers online shoppers made-to-order printed clothing which means no unsold stock is carried and, consequently, there is no need to landfill or incinerate waste. 



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