The Value In Scraps
When a garment is beyond saving and reaching the end of its lifecycle, we will dispose of it in a humane and safe way.
The left-over textiles from all of our programs are finally donated to our downcycling community partners.
We are currently working with Winnipeg BellMTS volunteers who transform our waste and scraps into a variety of new products, such as insulation in animal beds, and/or cancer caps for oncology patients.
A Hands-On Approach
Our Fibre Lab allows us to research and test all our current materials and help us to explore exciting and new regenerative materials coming to the market. Through purpose driven collaborations, our pipeline of products are driving a better tomorrow.
We’ve recently partnered with the University of Manitoba, Department of Soil Science and Department of Environment and Geography, to conduct a research project on the biodegradability of all our materials.
Through a private nondisclosed collaboration with an innovative fabric institute, we're supporting our mission in developing and producing a new sustainable breakthrough fabric that will address a major problem within the textile industry.
Additionally, through discussions with another textile innovation company, we are exploring producing regenerative materials made entirely out of waste that would ultimately close the loop in our circular system.
Manufacturing for Tomorrow
Textile consumption is set to continue to rise globally by at least 63% by 2030 (Journal of Cleaner Production).
Something needs to change. Our vision here at Anne Mulaire is to build the materials, infrastructure, and logistics needed to create a fully circular ecosystem—one scrap at a time.
Let's Get Dirty
We’re getting our hands dirty and exploring, not only traditional ways to address the world’s waste problem, but also more novel biological and manufacturing processes on how to recirculate textiles at scale. We’re in active discussions with two research facilities that will serve as potential partners to further our research endeavours.