Examples

Timberland wants your boots back

With the the launch of its product take-back program called Timberloop, the American manufacturer and retailer of outdoors wear is encouraging…

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Levi’s 501s are now made from liquified fibers of old jeans

“There’s no hiding it: The apparel industry has a tremendous impact on the environment. As a brand that plays a…

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Accelerate Estonia: green transition through public-private partnership

Accelerate Estonia (aE!), a program initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and Science Park Tehnopol, is a testbed…

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RePack: How we design reuse concepts together with businesses

Designing reusable packaging services together with online retailers and logistics companies needs expertise, experience and a a simple framework based…

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Fairown is leading a subscription-based path for physical goods

Founded in 2018 by Hendrik Roosna and Taivo Türnpu, Fairown is an Estonian fintech startup aiming to allow companies’ swift…

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Conic: entirely wood-based packaging in cosmetics

The prototype Conic is a new solution that will enable brands to reach their sustainability targets while maintaining their premium…

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Comodule is empowering micromobility

Awarded as the Environment-Friendly Company of the Year by the Estonian Ministry of the Environment, Comodule connects bicycles & scooters…

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ReYarn – Partnership for circular textiles

ReYarn is a Copenhagen based initiative that brings together strong expertise in textile sorting, local reuse, mechanical recycling, textile sourcing…

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Rester to revolutionise the raw materials in textile industry

Rester is Finland’s first large-scale newly opened textile recycling plant which makes high-quality recycled fibre for industry from companies’ end-of-life…

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Stella Soomlais’ conscious and sustainable use of materials

Estonian leather designer Stella Soomlais’ bags are crafted to maximise the use of materials. The larger cutting leftovers are used…

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