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Level 1: Household Waste

Post-Consumption Method

Level 2: Factory Waste

Pre-Consumption Method

Level 3: Manufacturing-Process Waste

In-Line Method

Issues with the current ways of recycling:


Large consumption of oil, gas etc. for transporting recycling waste across oceans. 


Large quantities of chemical consumption and important source of micro-plastic contamination.


Chemical treatments such as dyeing create additional negative impacts for the environment. 


Recycled fibers with residual foreign material are weaker than virgin fibers and continually shed microplastics more easily during it’s lifespan

Check out our work:

Is Recycling Really Sustainable?

This video shows the issues with the currents of recycling plastics and turning them into textile goods. Large carbon footprints, micro plastic contamination and toxicity from the dyeing process.

Global Picture of Textile Waste

This video demonstrates environmental challenges created by textile waste and misunderstandings people may have on how textile waste is handled and processed — a significant gap between what people think and grim reality!

Myth Busters!

This video busts several important myths in the industry — benefits / disadvantages of the current ways of recycling. A helpful guide for picturing accurate pictures of many harmful activities done under the name of "sustainability"!

Sae chang,

the President and CEO of Clean Recycling Initiative,

Is named as a judge for Africa’s Largest Sustainability Award 2023, Certified Sustainability Conference Board 2023.  This honor was thanks to the dedication and accomplishments of Sae who developed the patent-pending technology platform of Clean Recycling Initiative under the operations of his for-profit business, i.e., HEAT-MX , then decided to donate it to our Clean Recycling Initiative so that everyone, even HEAT-MX’s competitors, can utilise the technologies.  It is an honor not only for Sae Chang personally, but also for our organisation.