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Flagbag

Hasselt-based company Flagbag is known for making all kinds of accessories out of recycled flags. With the help of a sewing machine, these old flags are transformed into a wide variety of products. This is Flagbag’s way of saying no to waste: discarded flags and pennants that would surely end on the waste heap are now given a new life.
Think global, act local! The distance covered by a Flagbag from resource to finished product is minimal, especially as compared to similar products that you can buy elsewhere. The flags are salvaged in Hasselt and processed by local manufacturers. The other components (such as zippers, linings, handles …) are recycled from old textiles as often as possible or bought from local suppliers.
A nice little extra: flag fabric is 100 % polyester and virtually impossible to wear out.

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  • Country: Belgium
  • Sectors:
    • Fashion
  • Maturity level: Established

Combined strategies

Circular Value Creation Strategies

  • Material Recycling
    Material Recycling

    The valorization of industrial production residues or materials from end of life products into the same or other production chains

  • Reuse
    Reuse

    The common use of a product  (or product parts) spread over sequential timeframes.

Value Proposition Strategies

  • Branding (eco/premium)
    Branding (eco/premium)

    Enabling a price premium by highlighting/guaranteeing quality and or environmental claims (e.g. certificates, environmental stewardship,...).

Value network strategies

  • Industrial Symbiosis
    Industrial Symbiosis

    The waste stream of one company is used as input for other company/companies, usually in a specific regional setting.

  • Localisation
    Localisation

    Organizing the physical flows of resources and products on a local scale (e.g. enabled by local 3D manufacturing, decentralized loop closure,....).