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Sheridan returns cotton products to soil in textile waste trial

Sheridan is taking part in a trial to return cotton products to soil. Image: Supplied.
Homewares retailer Sheridan Australia is taking part in a novel trial in which its shredded cotton products are returned to the soil to test whether it can improve cotton soil health and act as a scalable solution to textile waste. The project is being led by circular economy specialists Coreo in partnership with the Queensland Government, Goondiwindi Cotton, Cotton Australia, Worn Up and Cotton Research and Development Corporation. Paul Gould, Sheridan Group’s general manager, was on site at