Reasons to Visit...

It is not easy to separate sense and nonsense in the textile industry. Why? Because we are overwhelmed by information from many sources, varying in quality. At the Circular Textile Days clear answers will be provided! Participants and knowledge centers will share relevant and reliable knowledge about sustainability and circularity.

Special attention will be paid to the new Dutch Technical Agreement NTA 8195, developed by NEN, defining categories of 'circular textiles'. It explains the topic in detail and provides a work standard. This NTA will be beneficial to the entire textile industry, in particular for corporate wear tenders.

Circular Textiles Days has an informal and focused ambiance, where you can find the latest innovations in circular and sustainable textiles. Exhibitors showcase groundbreaking technologies and there is an extensive information square and there willl be inspiring presentations.

Governmental organisations in Netherlands, Belgium and other EU countries have made plans with high ambitions for 2025-2030-2050. At the Circular Textiles Days you will find tools the fulfil these demands!

Information Square & Innovation Forum

Beside exhibitors with groundbreaking novelties, there is an extensive information square with inspiring presentations.

Next to that knowledge institutes and exhibitors will present the latest developments in the innovation forum, such as:

  • Bio-based materials and yarns
  • Eco-friendly finishing and dyeing
  • Collecting and disassembling methods
  • Eco-design of garments
  • Labelling and traceability
  • Eco-design sewing yarn and accessories

Selected innovative companies and start-ups will be invited for a presentations about their new developments!

Companies with innovative concepts, feel free to contact Circular Textile Days directly.

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Covid-19 Precautions

Safety for all people at the physical event location is key, so strict rules apply during your visit. During the event, we will help you in a friendly way to comply with this, so you and all others in the room will feel safe and at ease.

  1. Check local guidelines before arriving at the event.
  2. Check the event precautions well at arrival. 
  3. Limited entry in particular time-slots, designated places and route markings to ensure physical distance of at least 1,5 m.
  4. Hygiene provisions available for all, such as: hand hygiene stations, tissues and masks.
  5. The venue's area is well-ventilated.