The surplus of one is a valuable material for the other.
Surpluses arise in the clothing industry, the furniture industry, as well as in many other sectors. The surplus is made of finished fabric or, for example, leather, for which there is no use by the original customer, or the residual pieces are too small to be used, for example, in furniture.
The surplus can often be utilized as such as a finished material.
Utilizing the surplus reduces the need for new material and avoids the generation of textile waste. At the same time, the resources used to produce the material can be utilized efficiently and labor-intensive work steps are saved in the manufacture of a new product.
Products made from surplus materials are small in size and can be best utilized by small businesses.