Category: Tastex news

Disability Enterprise now making

Tastex factory roof with solar panels

MEDIA ALERT – 16 March 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Following a successful crowd funding campaign last year Tastex Knitwear and Uniforms is now feeding energy into the Tasmanian grid, as well as producing high quality knitwear. Through a collaborative effort,

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Glenorchy Lions and Leos support Tastex

Tastex wishes to publicly thank the Glenorchy Lions Club and Leo Club for their generous support of our Solar fundraising project.  Their significant contributions, together with the funds raised in our Crowd Funding initiative, have ensured that Tastex reached its

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Tastex Solar Project Up and Running

In June 2016 Tastex launched Tasmania’s FIRST COMMUNITY SOLAR PROJECT fundraiser — a Crowd Funding initiative to raise the necessary funds to install 100 solar panels on the roof of Tastex, a not-for-profit knit mill, based in Glenorchy that provides

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Tastex Envirowoollys excite Tourists

A recent article in the Tasmanian Press highlighted the role the Air bnb network plays in promoting Tasmanian products. Katinka Challen’s North Hobart retail business, Lily and Dot, stocks Tastex Knitwear and Uniform’s Envirowoollys – a popular addition to her


A small team of Tastex employees and supporters walked the MONA GASP Fun Run and Walk on Sunday March 15th!We walked from Wilkinson’s Point, through the GASP!, Montrose Bay, to MONA. There were 2 more in our team who missed

Certificate 2 in Business Studies for Luke

Luke Foley received his certificate 2 in Business Studies at a Presentation and afternoon tea this week. Our congratulations go to Luke on his achievement.

Envirowoolly sheep in good pasture

Our enviro-woolly sheep out in the paddock! Our woollen sheep are part of our Tastex Envirowoolly® range of environmentally friendly products. Our cute sheep keep company with Tassie Tigers, Tassie Devils, Koalas and Wombats. Watch out for them in niche