Workshop - How to ensure the traceability of textile materials?
The new law on the fight against waste and the circular economy (AGEC) voted in February 2020, makes the manufacturer or distributor of sports and leisure items responsible for financing the end of life of its products. This is called extended producer responsibility (EPR).
Thus, from January1, 2022, producers, importers and distributors of sports and leisure articles on the French market will be obliged to organize the collection of their own waste to promote reuse and recycling.
It is in this context of urgency that EUROSIMA approached the innovative textile sourcing firm, Greeny Bird Dressand Circul'R , a global network of circular economy actors, to offer its members a series of 5 workshops to raise awareness and support them in the changes implied by the new AGEC law.
13/01/2022 - Eco-design for textiles
Why and how to launch an internal approach? Issues and examples of "exemplary" brands identified.
Caroline Lejamble - Founder Greeny Bird Dress
Caroline has a degree in General Management and also in Management and Innovation in Fashion (IAE - IFM - ENSAIT).
After ten years spent exploring all stages of the textile value chain in central purchasing offices in the Hauts de France as well as in stores, Caroline created her eco-responsible sourcing firm Greeny Bird Dress in order to help retailers in their ecological transition through material innovation.
Caroline advises her clients on issues of sourcing, packaging, product eco-design and communication around sustainable development.
Caroline has worked with : Leel lingerie, Rouge Gorge lingerie, Décathlon, The gift lab.
Raphaël Masvigner - Co-founder of Circul'R
Raphaël graduated in Economics from La Sorbonne and in Finance & Strategy from Sciences Po Paris. He also studied management and international trade at the FGV in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
After several years in large groups, such as Airbus as assistant to the CEO in Brazil and then in Mexico, he decided to leave the corporate world to go on the1st world tour of the circular economy. He traveled 17 months in 22 countries to meet 150 startups of the circular economy. Upon returning to France in 2017, he created Circul'R whose mission is to support companies in their transition to the circular economy.
Today, Circul'R accompanies 40% of the CAC40 companies on the subject of the circular economy and has a network of 700 circular solutions throughout the world.
Raphaël has worked with : Patagonia, Decathlon, Veja, Auchan Retail, Kering, Etam.
Schedules and format
From 9:30 am to 11:00 am
1h workshop and videoconference + 30 minutes of debates and exchanges
Pricing according to your company's turnover
+ More than 100 million euros of turnover: 3000 €.
> 10 million euros of turnover: 1000 €.
< 10 millions d’euros de CA : 500 €
The amount of this training is calculated according to your turnover. It is a unique pricing for your company that allows you to register the number of employees you want to all the workshops offered.
Possibility of replay
For employees who are unable to attend on the proposed dates, a replay will be offered at the end of each workshop for all participating companies.
All the workshops that have already taken place are also available in replay for registered participants:
1) How to make the new circular economy legislation a lever?
AGEC law and implementation of an EPR (extended producer responsibility) on the ASL sector (sports and leisure articles), unsold textile law, the Fashion Pact dynamic, etc.
2) Moving away from virgin fossil fuels: what are the technologies and materials of tomorrow?
Alternatives to fossil fuels, sustainable leathers, innovative textiles, polybags and an introduction to textile bio-sourcing.
3) Towards new modes of consumption, how to adapt?
Second-hand, pre-sales, just-in-time, product co-creation with customers, best practices of "exemplary" brands.