The General Assembly, which took place online, was opportunity to report the latest developments of the project since the kick-off of the project on 27-28 September, especially related to the repair and dismantling pilots, but also the upcoming steps and activities for Spring 2023.
We also heard from Farrukh Nauman, from RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, with whom we discussed AI in circular fashion and the importance of data, and how we can best apply AI to CISUTAC.
EURATEX's Mauro Scalia presented the latest circular textile developments and what's coming up policy-wise from the European Union and some Member States.
Led by Centexbel, the Belgian research centre for textiles and plastics, the CISUTAC consortium is EU-wide, and includes global leading brands and companies, Civil Society Organisations, Research and Technology Organisations and EU associations. The diversity within the consortium allows CISUTAC to cover all required expertise and infrastructure over the full novel circular value chain.
More information CISUTAC's activities and work packages here.