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The TRA are proud supporters of the SCAP 2020 Commitment

TRA - Textile Recycling Association - Clothes and Rags Recycling

The UK's trade association for used clothing and textile collectors, sorters and reprocessors
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The Textile Recycling Association has launched a new Code of Practice for its members, click here for details.

To view the guidance by the National Association for Licensing and Enforcement Officers on the licensing of charitable door to door clothing collections click here.

To view further guides and codes for the textile reclamation industry click here.

 
The main objectives of this Association are:
 
to represent the interests of its members Internationally, Nationally
 and Locally.
to be a major force in creating a favourable climate within which
 merchants can operate to advantage.


to promote textile recycling and the second hand clothing/shoe recycling industry.
  
Our members are collectors, graders and reprocessors of second hand clothing, textiles and shoes and they operate throughout the United Kingdom. We welcome enquiries from anyone in the UK or abroad who may wish to join the association. To find out more about what we do click here. Further details regarding membership can be found here.
 
What happens to clothing collected for re-use and recycling?
To find out what happens to clothing and textiles that have been collected from charity shops, textiles banks and door to door collections click here.
 

Charity shops
Do you run a charity shop? Do you want information on the law
surrounding your charity shop clothing grade waste?
Do you want to check that your collector is registered as holding
appropriate waste licences? Then click here.


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For information on DEFRA's Sustainable Clothing Roadmap and the
Waste Strategy for England click here.

 

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