Re:newcell was founded in 2012 by researchers associated with the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is a family business with a pulp industry background. With extensive experience in pulp and cellulose technology, they took on one of the largest sustainability problems in the textile industry – how can we close the loop on fashion? The global textile industry is large and growing. From approximately 100 million tons, demand is expected to increase to over 150 million tons of textile fibres by 2030, with a significant impact on the environment and climate. At the same time, less than one per cent of all clothing is recycled to become clothing again. On the initiative of employees, interest organisations and customers, more and more brands are beginning to take Agenda 2030, and above all the 12 targets for sustainable consumption, seriously. This is our target group – […]