Waste textiles are all kinds of clothing, fabrics, carpets, towels, leather, etc. that are no longer used in the household or in commercial and industrial activities. They come from natural or synthetic sources and most of them have the potential to be reused or recycled. Currently, waste textiles are the least recycled of almost all waste streams, especially in today's "fast fashion" world, where people are throwing away clothes more frequently, resulting in large amounts of waste. Traditional landfills not only cause pollution and increase carbon emissions, but also result in a huge waste of resources. Reducing the size of textiles through shredders for recycling or energy use is now a popular method of disposal.