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STOCKHOLM – Textile recycling innovator Renewcell has signed a deal with Dutch company Nouryon which will provide specialty chemicals and engineering solutions for its new textile recycling plant in Sweden.

Renewcell confirmed in October that it is to build the new plant, which will create 100 jobs and be capable of recycling 60,000 tons of textiles a year, in the eastern city of Sundsvall.

The company claims the facility - due to start operating in the first half of 2022 - will be a world first which could save hundreds of millions of garments from landfill and incineration each year.

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