Texmari is forward-thinking textile marketplace that encourages companies to offer and use excess textiles and minimize textile waste.

What is the cause?

The production of textiles takes a large amount of natural resources and pollutes waters up to the dyeing and finishing stages. The ecological cost of manufacturing is very high, which is why already produced textiles should be utilized to the maximum.

At this moment excess inventory of textiles sits in warehouses or is going to be burned because there is no use for it. This causes environmental harm and unnecessary financial expense. To overcome this, we created a marketplace to keep textiles in circulation.

We encourage companies to offer and use excess textiles so that ready-made materials would not end up wasted. Utilization of waste, reuse and extending the life cycle of the material are effective ways to protect nature from overloading. Do not buy new if the material is found in production surplus and is even unused.

Act to prevent excess inventory

It is often difficult to avoid the creation of excess material in production. If you can’t find a use for the extra material in your own production, it can find an important role in someone else’s production. When the material is reused as is, its value is preserved. The most ecological material option is that which can be saved from waste without resource-consuming processing.

Reduce waste and emissions

The material should only be recycled when it cannot be used or repaired as it is. Although recycling also extends the life cycle of the material, it is a process that consumes natural resources. If the material cannot be recycled, it often ends up as incinerator waste or in a landfill. Both methods are polluting. Already produced textiles are the most environmental and economical materials possible.

Get measurable results

Unified data from the Nordics and Baltics gives us the best possible perspective on unused raw materials and end products in the industry. We give users transparency and added value to the production chain in real time. Our tools allow users to track the progress to minimise footprint and rewards them for making better choices. We measure water, carbon dioxide emissions and waste with our reporting tool.

Who we are?

We have worked in the textile industry for a long time and struggled with conflicting ideas about our industry. Our various work experiences have given us the perspective to look at things from a new perspective. We looked for solutions that could make operations even more environmentally friendly.

We are a group of friends who’ve spent years getting to this moment of bringing you Texmari. We are super-proud to share our platform and hopefully to help all to turn the world’s pollution into use. And we’d love you to be a part of our story.