Photo of polymer discharge and granulation

We turn end-of-

life textiles into

new garments

Our Mission

We rewrite the rules of the textile game.


92 million tons of textile waste* and counting. 92 million tons of valuable resources being dumped every year. This is a two-way disaster – environmental pollution as well as a waste of precious resources. 

We turn the problem into a solution. We turn textile waste into a valuable resource. We turn end-of-life textiles into new garments.


* Kerr J, Landry J (2017) Pulse of the fashion industry. Global Fashion Agenda, The Boston Consulting Group, Boston

Time to tackle textile waste.
Time for loopamid®.

Textile waste is a major polluter in Southeast Asian countries
Plastic granules for the production of synthetic yarn
Water drops on blue waterproof nylon fabric

Closing the loop on textile waste through recycling is a crucial step towards a more sustainable future. Our mission is to enable true circularity for the textile industry by overcoming limitations of the current recycling processes – especially for nylon garments.

With loopamid®, we create new and highly sustainable materials from end-of-life textiles which would be otherwise dumped or incinerated. We rewrite the rules of the textile game with new garments made of textile waste.

We help to reduce environmental pollution.

An average of 92 million tons of textile waste ends up on landfills or in incineration plants, or – even worse – is dumped in the environment. Considering consumer habits and fashion trends, this number is consistently rising.

We help to save precious resources by keeping raw materials in the loop.

As textile waste piles up, these valuable resources go to waste, exacerbating the strain on the planet's limited resources. Recycling textile waste can significantly alleviate this issue by reducing the demand for new raw materials.


We help to lower the carbon footprint of the energy-intensive textile industry.  

Two billion tons of CO2 every year*: this is the estimated CO2 footprint of the textile industry. The pressure is on to bring this number down. loopamid keeps raw materials in the loop. Less petrochemicals to be used – less CO2 to be emitted.

* McKinsey and Global Fashion Agenda: Fashion on Climate (2020)