We have successfully completed a circular pilot with NELP (North East Link Program) including recycling and up-cycling with repaired garments donated to OCC Enterprises and Ability Works.
Assembled Threads has proudly partnered with Victoria University to work on a Sustainability Victoria funded project under “the Circular Economy Markets Fund: Materials” scheme.
In late 2022, Minicon, a subsidiary of Icon, closely collaborated with Assembled Threads to produce 30 customised High-Vis vests adorned with traditional indigenous artwork.
The Assembled Threads scrubs were featured in the launch of a new lab for LaTrobe University student nurses. The Assembled Threads scrubs were featured in the launch of a new lab for LaTrobe University student nurses. A new, purpose-built temporary nursing lab and teaching space will be available for students over the next 18 months in Corio street, while a $20M La Trobe Shepparton campus redevelopment takes shape.
Assembled Threads received a Recycling Victoria Communities Fund grant from the Victorian Government through Sustainability Victoria to research the most appropriate and viable options to recycle high visibility (hi-vis) vests, a key component of workwear for construction and other industries.
The Assembled Threads team worked closely with the Victorian State Library to develop a uniform design that would suit 100 staff members of different ages, genders, physiques and tastes.