Projects & Initiatives

EURATEX works on a portfolio of projects and initiatives to promote and support the competitiveness of the European textile ecosystem.


In the framework of the European Green Deal, RegioGreenTex is a project promoting the collaboration in research and development for the textile industry between the four major sectors of society – industry, government, research institutes, and the public – in establishing a systematic circular economy business model across the EU.
As project coordinator, EURATEX leads 43 partners in implementing and delivering RegioGreenTex.



ReHubs Europe plans to pursue fiber-to-fiber recycling for 2.5 millions tons of textile waste in Europe and generating more than 15,000 new jobs by 2030, while increasing nearshoring and reshoring of textile manufacturing.The textile recycling industry in Europe could reach economic, social and environmental benefits for €3.5 billion to €4.5 billion by 2030.

“Transform Waste into Feedstock” has been announced as the first project supported by ReHubs aiming at building a 50,000 tons capacity facility by 2024.


TCLF Skills Alliance

The TCLF Skills Alliance is the Textile Clothing Leather and Footwear initiative to support public and private organisations with upskilling and reskilling in the context of the European Commission Pact for Skills.



CISUTAC aims to remove current bottlenecks in order to increase textile circularity in Europe. The objective is to minimise the sector’s total environmental impact by developing sustainable, novel, and inclusive large-scale European value chains.



The REACH4texiles project aims at exploring solutions for a fair and effective market surveillance on textile products by pooling together key actors to keep non-compliant products away from the single market, increase skills and knowledge, support a Network addressing chemicals in textiles and applying the EU regulation 2019/1020.


EURATEX is Partner of the New European Bauhaus

The New European Bauhaus is a creative and interdisciplinary initiative that connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces and experiences. EURATEX embrances the New European Bauhaus values to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future through beautiful textiles and clothing.