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Viscose Producer Scales Up Fiber Made from Textile Waste

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Sateri has commercially scaled production of a viscose fiber that’s regenerated from textile waste. The new fiber uses a mix of dissolving pulp made from recycled post-consumer textile waste by Swedish company Södra and other wood pulp certified by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), the viscose producer said Tuesday. “We are…

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