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Lenzing Succeeds In Reaching A Milestone In The Development Of A Circular Based On Fashion Collection

Published: February 15, 2023
Author: DIGITAL MEDIA EXECUTIVE

The lenzing group and Sweden-based pulp which produces Sodra which has reached the next major milestone in their strategic part. It will be the first process for a large-scale textile, innovation and technology. It alos includes production. It is mainly for yarn and fabric production.

According to Van De Kerkhof, “ One company alone alone can’t solve the pressuring issue of textile waste. It is proactive partnerships like this that enable us to move forward and bring about real systematic change”. Further he said, “We’re working hard to make our industries even more sustainable and the drive the transformation of the textile business model from linear to circular. Further efforts from the entire industry are needed for this transformation to take place”.

Since 2021, Lenzing and Södra have collaborated on textile recycling, significantly advancing the circular economy in the apparel sector. In order to expand the use of cellulosic used textiles on a commercial scale, the companies want to share their experience and work together to create procedures as part of their partnership. Additionally, Lenzing’s TENCEL x REFIBRA branded specialty fibres will be made using the jointly developed pulp OnceMore as a raw material. By 2025, it is planned to be able to treat 25,000 tonnes of textile waste annually.

According to its goal for the circular economy, “We give garbage a new life. Lenzing is constantly working to advance the sector towards a complete circular economy. giving trash a second chance in all facets of its main business while also jointly developing circular solutions with potential partners both inside and beyond the present value chain. Lenzing has a wealth of experience creating innovative recycling products like its REFIBRA and Eco Cycle technologies. These technologies enable the processing of a significant amount of recycled materials based on pre- and post-consumer cotton scraps and clothing, in addition to virgin dissolving wood pulp.

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