How To Classify Textile Waste?

How to classify textile waste

Old clothes are recyclable and, notably, old underwear and towels are dry waste (other waste); In addition, industrial textiles such as napkins and diapers belong to dry waste, while sanitary towels and facial masks are basically made of cotton and non-woven fabrics. Because they are disposable, they have no recyclable value and are also dry waste (other waste). As for biodegradable materials, masks made from environmentally friendly fibers such as lassel are treated like soiled paper.


In addition, there are relatively large pieces of garbage, such as beds, mattresses, sofas, etc. in the field of home textiles, which should be designated for recycling, and cannot be put into household garbage.