Dissolving pulp is primarily used in the textile industry to produce viscose and lyocell, but it has many other applications as well, such as the production of cellophane and sponge cloths, for example.
This where your clothes are growing. We produce our dissolving pulp from hardwood trees which are grown specifically for us by our members. The process from seedling to shirt is fairly long. So let us tell you the story about when a seedling become a shirt.
Millions of tonnes of textile waste are created every year, but almost none is recycled. Global demand for a sustainable textile industry is high, but no realistic or long-term solutions have been discovered. Until now. OnceMore™ by Södra is the world’s first process for industrial-scale recycling of textile waste, and it’s the forest who makes that possible.
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