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STOCKHOLM – Swedish textile recycler Renewcell has signed a deal to provide Austrian fibre manufacturer Lenzing with up to 100,000 tonnes of its Circulose pulp over the next five years.

Lenzing is to use 80,000 to 100,000 tonnes of Circulose - made from pre- and post-consumer textile waste - for use in the production of cellulosic fibres for fashion and other textile applications.

Renewcell CEO Patrik Lundström commented: “Lenzing is a major player in our industry, with an inspiring track record of path-breaking technical excellence and sustainability leadership.

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