Circular Economy in Textiles and Apparel: Processing, Manufacturing, and Design PDF by Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu

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Circular Economy in Textiles and Apparel: Processing, Manufacturing, and Design
Edited by Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu
Circular Economy in Textiles and Apparel: Processing, Manufacturing, and Design
Contents

List of contributors ix
1 Introduction and the concept of circular economy 1
Miguel Angel Gardetti
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Linear versus circular economy: conceptual differences 2
1.3 Need for circular economy 4
1.4 Benefits of circular economy 6
1.5 Current challenges 7
1.6 Opportunities 8
1.7 Conclusion 9
References 10
 
2 Circular fashion 13
R. Rathinamoorthy
2.1 Introduction 13
2.2 Circular economy 15
2.3 Circular fashion 23
2.4 Economy systems to encourage circular fashion 29
2.5 Barriers for circular fashion 33
2.6 Brands involved in circular business 36
2.7 Circular fashiond Indian context 40
2.8 Summary 43
References 43
 
3 Tools for circular economy: review and some potential applications
for the Philippine textile industry 49
Raquel Balanay and Anthony Halog
3.1 Introduction 49
3.2 Sustainability and circular economy 50
3.3 Tools for circular economy-economic dimension 53
3.4 Other economic tools 55
3.5 Tools for circular economy-environmental dimension 58
3.6 Other environmental sustainability tools 59
3.7 Tools for circular economy-social dimension 63
3.8 Other tools 63
3.9 Challenges and opportunities 64
3.10 Sustainability assessment in the Philippine textile industry 67
3.11 Conclusion 71
References 71
 
4 3Rs and circular economy 77
Parthiban Manickam and Gopalakrishnan Duraisamy
4.1 Introduction 77
4.2 Linear economy versus circular economy 78
4.3 Principles of circular economy 79
4.4 Selected best practices in the apparel industry toward circular economy 81
4.5 Sustainable designs in sportswear 84
4.6 Sustainable apparels using zero waste 84
4.7 Cleaner production and waste management 85
4.8 Recycling of textiles 87
4.9 3Rs and their implications in textiles and fashion 88
4.10 Reduction of carbon footprints in apparel industries 89
4.11 Reuse and recycle value chain of textiles 91
4.12 Environmental and social impact of textile supply chain 91
4.13 Conclusion 91
References 92
Further reading 93
 
5 Upcycled and low-cost sustainable business for value-added textiles and fashion 95
Pintu Pandit, Gayatri T. Nadathur and Seiko Jose
5.1 Introduction 95
5.2 Market for recycled textiles 98
5.3 Sustainable business strategies 101
5.4 Case studies 105
5.5 Challenges and opportunities for textiles and fashion 115
5.6 Conclusion 119
References 120
 
Further reading 122
6 Circular economy: a necessary (r)evolution 123
Ivan Coste-Maniere, Karine Croizet, Eleonora Sette, Alexandre Fanien,
Hamdi Guezguez and Hadrien Lafforgue
6.1 Introduction 123
6.2 Breathless model and resources 123
6.3 From linear to circular 130
6.4 A world already on the move 134
6.5 What next? 139
6.6 Conclusion 145
References 146
Further reading 147 
 
7 Sustainable business strategies and circular economy 149
P. Senthil Kumar and A. Saravanan
7.1 Introduction 149
7.2 Circular economy 150
7.3 Circular economy idea outline 153
7.4 Business modelsdcircular economy 154
7.5 Circular economy: an opportunity for the development industry 155
7.6 Circular business model 156
7.7 New plans of action would permit 158
7.8 A new value chain 158
7.9 Strategic business models 161
7.10 Conclusion 165
References 166
 
8 Systems and models for circular economy 169
P. Senthil Kumar and S. Suganya
8.1 Introduction 169
8.2 Circular economy 170
8.3 Linear to circular 172
8.4 Validation of circular economy 174
8.5 The garment supply chain 177
8.6 Objectives 177
8.7 Conclusion 180
References 180
 
9 Circular economy in textiles and fashiond the role of a consumer 183
Małgorzata Koszewska
9.1 Introduction 183
9.2 The need for a circular economy in textile and clothing industry 184
9.3 The role of a consumer in the transformation of textile and clothing
industry toward a circular economy 187
9.4 Aim and methods of research 188
9.5 The research results 189
9.6 Conclusions 203
References 205
 
10 Future for circular economy 207
P. Senthil Kumar and C. Femina Carolin
10.1 Introduction 207
10.2 Barriers for CE 210
10.3 Global trendsdcircular economy 211
10.4 Market for circular economy 212
10.5 Steps for achieving circular economy 213
10.6 Case study 214
10.7 Future trends 214
10.8 Conclusion 215
References 215
Further reading 217
Index 219 
 
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