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Published on Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Finnish project to turn waste cotton into clothing

Written by Brett Mathews

Photo: Joonas Lumpeinen

HELSINKI - A pioneering research project in Finland claims it will next year launch its first clothing line using waste cotton fibres via a cellulose dissolution technique. The project organisers claim this will be the first time cellulose solution made from recycled materials has been wet-spun on "an industrial scale."


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