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Almost 100% recycling efficiency

We are professionals in the field of used clothing recycling. Sorting returned textiles and clothes is a labour-intensive process that requires the utmost care. For this purpose, our production line encompasses a multi-stage control process. Our team of trained employees takes care of the efficiency of the segregation of items, i.e. clothing, feathers, blankets, fabrics, footwear, quilts and textile raw materials. Products are allocated to the appropriate group based on the type of material, its quality, and degree of wear.

We sell high-quality, undamaged clothes and shoes to second-hand stores for international secondary markets.

Products that do not meet our criteria are processed further. The thus obtained textile raw material, in accordance with our zero-waste concept, is used for the production of cleaning cloths or specialized products used in various industries, both at home and abroad. Careful and wise management of resources is always at the heart of our business.




Carefully selected categories of clothing and footwear, including the brand assortment and the “creme” category. Attractive goods that go to international secondary markets, sold by our customers in retail stores and online.


Selected second-grade clothing is slightly lower-quality clothing than the first. Clothing with slight signs of use, no major damage. Invariably appreciated by our international recipients.


Third-grade clothing is most often reused in African and Asian countries. It is a product with visible signs of use.


A myriad of textiles that do not meet the requirements for reuse as clothing are used as wipes and rags, which are further processed by specialized companies in the country and abroad.

These textiles are then used for the production of insulation materials, products for the automotive industry, refining of ecological fuel, and packaging production.

By supplying and processing textile raw materials the Ecotex Group contributes to the development of local and national employment, especially in third world countries with the ambition and the vision of completely closing the textile recycling cycle.


about the needs

of tomorrow

The production of 1 kg of cotton requires an average of approx. 11,000 liters of water. Knowing this, we want to help build a more responsible world for a better tomorrow.


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