The Circular

Revolution of

The Idea

Cyclothe prolongs the lifespan of garments through collection and
AI-driven sorting systems to promote circularity in the textile industry.

The Goal

Our goal is to address the global textile waste crisis and make a real impact on the environment.

Uncovering the Alarming Reality

Ever wondered what your clothes really cost?

too many resources.

The global textile industry ranks 2nd in land use, 4th in water use, 4th in material use and 5th in GHG emissions.

too much waste.

100 billion garments are produced annually, out of which 92 million tonnes end up in landfills.

too fast fashion.

Every year, 4 billion pounds of returned clothing ends up in the landfill.


of the total textile waste in the EU is collected as separate waste. 


of the collected textiles is exported.


is the expected increase in clothing consumption by 2023.

About Cyclothe

Cyclothe, founded in Stockholm, is a clean-tech company offering a circular and a socially responsible solution that uses innovative and partially disruptive systems to make a real impact on the global textile waste crisis.

Our Solution

Circular Textile Waste Management

Our solution begins with the collecting and sorting of used or unidentified garments.

Our sorting facility uses AI-driven sensors to identify the material composition of the waste with 95% accuracy, allowing us to determine the best use for the textile.

These garments are then reintegrated into a life cycle to maximize their economic and environmental value.

Cyclothe makes them available again to the partners for the purpose of reuse, repurpose or recycle.

Our Mission

Cyclothe’s mission is to help create a sustainable future by collecting and sorting used or unidentified garments and reintegrating them into a value stream or life cycle.
Cyclothe’s technological products and services aim to reduce the negative environmental impacts through the sustainable use of resources.

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Long-term vision

Repurposing 50 million out of 100 million tons of textile waste within the first 10 years.

Mobile app for the end consumer

AI-Driven entire spectra sorting

Complying with waste hierarchy

Potential to change behavour