Combining passion and forward thinking in order to excel both in sustainable recycling and reuse solutions, our 240,000 sq.ft. processing plant, strategically based in the centre of the UK, is a hive of activity collecting, sorting  and processing thousands of items each week, which are all recycled, reused and resold, and most importantly diverted from landfill.


By talking to us, we can offer you a trusted, full circle solution which makes sense both commercially and environmentally.



Being leaders in the recycling and reuse industry ensures we deliver a reliable, honest service which is second to none. 


We work with you to understand your business needs, offer advice on how to meet your CSR targets, take into account your financial constraints, provide full documentation and ‘Complete Corporate Compliance’ in line with today’s legislation.

The journey towards a circular and climate positive 

business model is the responsibility of us all.




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Textiles 2030 is WRAP's new ground-breaking, expert-led initiative, harnessing the knowledge and expertise of UK leaders in sustainability to accelerate the whole fashion and textiles industry's move towards circularity and system change in the UK.

CTR Group are proud to be a pioneering signatory in supporting the movement. Textiles 2030 will be the most ambitious national voluntary agreement for clothing and other textiles in the world. The ten-year programme aims to transform UK clothing and home fabrics to reduce their impact on climate change. It will take the UK from a make-use-dispose culture to a circular one where goods are produced sustainably, used longer, and then re-used or recycled into new products. Central is the Target-Measure-Act approach, which requires clothing and textile businesses to set targets, measure their impact and track progress on both an individual business basis, and towards national targets and public reporting. 

Facts & Figures

Over 300,000 tonnes of used clothing ends up in landfill every year.

Textile production is resource intensive for water, raw materials and energy.



73% of the world's clothing eventually ends up in landfills.

Less than 15% of clothes are collected for recycling


Textile production currently amounts to 1.2 billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually. This is more than all international flights and maritime shipping combine.

Other estimates suggest that the global apparel and footwear industry accounts for 8% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.