Each year, 100 billion pieces of clothing are produced, and about 85% of these freshly-made clothes go to landfill in the same year. Suppose the textile industry continues to function at its current rate, it is projected for textile waste to reach 134 million tons in less than ten years, and that carbon emissions caused by fashion industry to double. One of the most striking facts about textile production that is overlooked is that the sector requires large amounts of chemicals, water, energy, and many other natural resources. In addition to the large volumes of natural resources utilized in production, each piece of clothing disposed of by landfilling takes, on average, more than 200 years to decompose in nature and causes the release of large amounts of methane gas and leakage of toxic chemicals and dyes.

Textile Industry and Its Effects

Services Where We Create Value Out Of Surplus

Through Fazla Market, we purchase surplus textile products aging in the stocks of our supplier network and list them at discounted prices after quality examinations, for buyers to access products for their purchasing and supply planning at reasonable prices.

With our digital Donation platform, broad stakeholder ecosystem, and food banking network reaching all corners of Turkey; we deliver surplus textile to those in need, creating social, environmental and financial value out of surplus while strengthening the social impact of businesses.

With our impact-oriented Recycling service, we bring businesses' textile waste, such as trimmings, into the circular economy through a single point, providing financial advantages to businesses while transforming their environmental impact into positive.

We transform businesses' sustainability goals into succesfull actions with our Sustainability Consultancy services tailored by our expert staff accordingly to the brands' needs and requirements. Through the services we develop, we enable organizations to create tangible, long-term, positive impacts; we strengthen their corporate identity and communication.

Let's come together and create value out of surplus.