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One-size-fits all "fashion" sustainability standards don't work in the real world. Because shoes aren't shirts.

  • Shoes have 10 times the number of materials and components, all intertwined, compared to clothing. This results in very different (and larger) traceability challenges and sustainability complexities not seen in apparel.

  • Shoes are not easy to disassemble for recycling and require a different waste management and circular model than clothing.

  • Selective disassembling is to separate useful parts of a product to be reused or recycled at the end of the product life. An efficient method is essential for disassembly planning in the product recycling process to reduce the operation time and cost.


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Disassembling Strategy

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Disassembling Category Examples

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Disassembling Steps

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Disassembling Output

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