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Sustainable Enterprise Network (SEN)

The IFC established the SEN in 2009 to deliver training addressing 'sustainability' issues in the fibre and textile companies.  The initiative utilises "Lean" to "Green" principles to address sustainability issues within the companies.  The IFC provides annual block grants to the network for the delivery of training to the fibre and textile industry on subjects such as but not limited to lean to green skills, eco-friendly products and processes, renewable resource substitution, carbon accounting, life cycle analysis/management, water and energy reduction and environmental management systems.

The network comprises Kangan Institute (Convenor), Box Hill, Chisholm and Gordon Institutes, the TAFE Division of Swinburne University and RMIT University and specialist textile industry provider TexSkill.  In addition, the Network model has expanded to include "SME Clusters".

TFIA/Kangan co-ordinate the network clusters to increase collaboration throughout the industry and to make recommendations on specific subjects such as EMS, LCA, green skills, testing/labelling/certification/accreditation via the Textile & Fashion Hub. Projects promote sound environmental practices, product and process sustainability through education and awareness initiatives that improve air and water quality, help to conserve energy, promote sustainable manufacturing via the use of renewable raw materials, encourage eco friendly products, incorporate triple bottom line culture/strategies and develop and trial new sustainable technology.

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