At Project Plan B we have used our resources and expertise to take clear and decisive action towards creating a more sustainable textile industry.

We adapted from a linear to circular recycled polyester system which eliminates the use of virgin polyester, saving vital natural resources and reducing CO2 emissions.

All our garments are made from 100% recycled materials.
Every garment is designed to be recycled.
Each garment can be 100% recycled by Project Plan B.

With our closed loop system up and running, we aim to spread our approach throughout the industry so that as many people as possible can be part of the positive impact of our solution.

‘By designing garments to be recycled right from the start, we can substantially
reduce our impact while delivering exceptional quality performance workwear.’

 PCIAW SUMMIT

Tim Cross will be speaking on ‘A Closed-Loop Sustainable Solution’ at the PCIAW Summit, 16th-17th June 2020 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian, London Heathrow. This promises to be a most anticipated and informative event for the Professional clothing industry, we are thrilled to be speaking on such a significant issue. We hope to see you there!

 

PCA GRADUATE INTERNSHIP AND COMPETITION

Following our talk on ‘Designed to be Recycled’ with fashion students at Plymouth College of Art, we are pleased
to announce that we will be taking on graduate interns this summer. Our aim is to help students develop a skill set
and experience around designing for recycling and sustainability so that they might go on to roll out positive
change throughout the textile industry. We are also launching a sustainable design competition for second year
students.

 

THE SUSTAINABILITY ANGLE: FUTURE FABRICS EXPO 9

Designers Amy Whybrow and Sophie Scanlon attended the future fabrics expo, where they met with sustainability experts from across the globe and attended seminars discussing four key angles from which to study environmental impacts within the textile industry; biodiversity, energy, water and waste.
It was clear that trust, transparency and traceability are of vital importance for companies, clients and customers within these new sustainable models, something that we at Project Plan B are focussing on, particularly through the channels of collaboration and education.

 

 ‘We will keep pushing boundaries, innovating and sharing knowledge
to achieve the positive change we believe the textile industry is capable of.’

 

 Freya Hall, Andy Moulding, Tim Cross, James Holmes, Sophie Scanlon, Amy Whybrow