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Can you catch the plastic?

Did you know that a city the size of Berlin releases plastic fibers equivalent to 540 000 plastic bags every single… Read more

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Re:think, Re:make, Re:use Showcase

For the first time ever World Water Week included a fashion show! Why? Because we at STWI decided to host… Read more

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Water and Waste Management: the case of the textile industry

During World Water Week STWI organized a seminar on “Water and Waste Management: the case of the textile industry.” We… Read more

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What is the future of sustainability in the textile sector?

Four partner organisations discussed the topic of Transforming the Textile Sector towards a Sustainable Future at the STWI convened SIWI… Read more

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Press Release | Nordic brands saved almost 7 billion liters of water, enough for daily needs of 134 million people

Factories supplying H&M, IKEA, Filippa K and 20 other Nordic brands saved more than 6.7 billion liters of water since… Read more

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS : Data collection and reporting solutions for a Global Sustainable Water Management Programme for Textile Industries

SIWI is looking to procure a complete data collection and reporting solution, including tools and applications for data entry which… Read more

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Blog: Driving sustainable change in the textile and leather industries – Panel discussion at the World Water Week 2016

Sustainability has become a key word buzzing in the World Water Week corridors. The theme for this year’s conference is… Read more

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Sweden Textile Water Initiative at Almedalen

Sweden Textile Water Initiative will present the results from 2015 to the Swedish audience on Thursday 7 July 2016 in… Read more

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STWI’s 2015 results and achievements summarised

Sweden Textile Water Initiative announces our global results for the financial year ending 31 December 2015. The environmental, social and… Read more

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BLOG: London Calling – Sweden Textile Water Initiative

In many Asian production countries, the textile industry is the fourth largest industrial water user. At the same time, the… Read more