Textile fibre produced using cotton and wood waste

At the Première Vision textiles trade show in Paris, the Austrian company Lenzing showcased an innovative product arising out of the circular economy. Refibra - a cellulose fibre made from cotton and wood remnants - is the first to include recycled materials on a commercial scale. An identification system will be developed to track the fibre’s presence in finished textiles.
Lenzing is no newcomer to sustainable development, having already developed the fibre named Tencel.

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