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Ireland Pulp Dissolving pulp End uses

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Dissolving pulp is used mainly to make lyocell and viscose for textiles for clothing, bed linen and soft furnishings, but it can also be found in cellophane, sponge cloths, hygiene articles, and more.

The world’s demand for textiles is increasing but our finite resources are not. The fashion industry urgently needs more sustainable solutions and we’re determined to play our part. Today, only around 7 per cent of the world's textile fibres are based on cellulose from wood, corresponding to about seven million tonnes of pulp, but demand is growing.

Some of our dissolving pulp is delivered to the Tencel™ brand which ends up being used in clothing from some of the world’s leading designers.

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