(SE) – 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 post-consumer and post-industrial cotton waste without any added virgin fibre, was sent to a Chinese rayon producer. "As far as we’re aware, this ...
Renewcell sells first batches of pulp made of textile waste
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