ENTeR

ENTeR: Expert Network on Textile Recycling

Acronym: ENTeR

Framework Program: Interreg Central Europe | Duration: 01.07.2017 – 30.06.2020

Aim of the project: ENTeR focuses on waste reduction to prevent depletion of non-renewable resources in the textile industry. It will strengthen the innovation capacity of textile companies in central Europe, improve sustainable links among industrial textile areas and foster closer cooperation on waste management and circular economy. The project aims to accelerate cooperation between the involved textile territories, promoting a joint offer of innovative services by the main local research centres and business associations - ‘Virtual Centre’. The approach of the project is oriented to the management and optimisation of waste, in a life cycle design (or eco design) perspective. The aim is to demonstrate the benefit of an operational collaborative model amongst research and business partners, based on an online tool and shared skills focused on waste eco design and resource efficiency.

Project partners:

  • Centrocot SpA - Textile Cotton and Clothing Center (IT) – Lead Partner
  • UNIVA - Industrial Union of the Varese Province (IT)
  • PBN - Pannon Business Network Association (HU)
  • Innovatext - Textile Engineering and Testing Institute (HU)
  • STFI - Saxon Textile Research Institute (DE)
  • SACHSEN!TEXTIL e.V. - Business support organization (DE)
  • INOTEX Ltd. - Innovation and technology transfer (CZ)
  • CTPT - Czech Technology Platform for Textile (CZ)
  • IW - Textile research Institute (PL)
  • PIOT - Federation of apprel & Textile Industry Emplyers (PL)

Project overall budget: 2.011.588,35 EUR
ERDF Contribution: 1.653.944,34 EUR

Project homepage: http://www.interreg-central.eu/Content.Node/3.html
Program homepage: http://www.interreg-central.eu
Project manager: Renata Csabai ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"The project is realized in the Interreg Central Europe program with the co-financing of the European Union and Hungary."