WRAP launches £1.5m fund to support textiles waste-busting projects

James S Murray
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WRAP launches £1.5m fund to support textiles waste-busting projects

New funding from Defra's Resource Action Fund to help organisations tackle the UK's textile waste mountain

Waste advisory body WRAP has this week launched a new £1.5m grant fund to support projects that provide innovative ways for textile waste to be recycled or re-used, keeping it out of landfill or incineration...

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