Membership Category

  • Regular


  • Centre de recherche et d'innovation en habillement - Vestechpro


  • Material Engineering and Metallurgic Engineering


  • Source reduction
  • Reuse
  • Recycling

Scientific activities and affiliations

  • Cégep Marie-Victorin


Ennouri Triki holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering from the École de Technologie Supérieure in Montreal. He then pursued post-doctoral studies at McGill University and the Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en Sécurité du travail (IRSST). He worked for the École de Technologie Supérieure as a teaching assistant for 10 years. He was Scientific Manager of the Advanced Materials Division of the CCNB-INNOV network at New Brunswick Community College for two and a half years.

Since 2021, Mr. Triki has held the position of Senior Scientist at Vestechpro. He is currently working on circular economy research projects, such as textile waste management, mechanical recycling of textiles, development of new outlets based on recycled textile fibers, garment life cycle analysis, eco-design, study of consumer behavior, development of new bio-based materials, etc. Mr. Triki is the author of several reports and articles on textile materials.

Affiliated research axes

Change and Transition Management

Planning Optimization

Resource and Product Maximization

Policy levers

Projects funded by the RRECQ

Reduction and creative recovery of textile waste, social awareness and artistic practices


Global clothing manufacturing more than doubled between 2000 and 2015, and the industry is pursuing its rapid expansion, mainly owing to the fast fashion phenomenon.  The textile industry’s model must therefore be transformed to evolve into a more circular one.

In an effort to counter textile waste in Québec, textile research and innovation centre Vestechpro is seeking to develop knowledge related to the life cycle analysis (LCA) of garments to raise awareness of the importance of adopting better textile consumption habits (source reduction). With that in mind, Vestechpro created a research platform equipped with a defibrator to recycle fabrics, since defibration enables the development of niche applications, including the transformation of textile waste into sculptures.

The project’s objectives are two-fold:

  1. Develop knowledge and analysis tools related to the garment life cycle. The results of the LCA and specifically the carbon footprint of a garment and the amount of water consumed will be used to raise awareness among Québec consumers.
  2. Transform textile waste for artistic purposes to minimize waste to landfill by creating sculptures from recycled fibres whose characteristics are in line with the concepts of new artistic applications.


  • Artistic practices
  • Awareness-raising
  • Consumer
  • Life cycle assessment (LCA)
  • Source reduction
  • Textile
The RRECQ is supported by the Fonds de recherche du Québec.
Fonds de recherche - Québec