Swedish chemical textile recycling company Renewcell has sold its first batches of recycled dissolving pulp. The company reports that the pulp, which is made from postconsumer and postindustrial cotton waste without any virgin fibre added, was sent to a Chinese viscose producer. "As far as we’re aware, this is the ...
Renewcell sells first batches of pulp made of textile waste
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