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Published on Tuesday, 08 March 2016

Chinese viscose producers join endangered forest initiative

Written by Brett Mathews

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VANCOUVER – Six large Chinese viscose producers have committed to end their use of endangered forest fibre by unveiling Pulp Procurement Policies for Protecting Forests, developed in collaboration with conservation NGO, Canopy. Canopy claims viscose manufacturers representing more than 60 per cent of global rayon production are now committed to the Canopy campaign.


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