Terre asbl is a Social and Solidarity Economy structure.
Its activity is the social and professional integration through work thanks to the collection, sorting and valorisation of second-hand textiles.
Terre asbl employs more than 250 workers and collects yearly 23.000 tons of second-hand textiles.
Terre asbl is also one of TESS EEIG's founding member, a European Economic Interest Group active in Belgium, Spain, France and Italy. TESS (Textiles with Ethical Sustainability and Solidarity) represents a stream of 45.000 tons of second-hand textiles. According to TESS, Social and Solidarity Economy must become a major player in the economic world.