Swedish researchers develop completely recycled viscose


Viscose textiles are typically made of biomass from the forest and fully recycled viscose is not available. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden claim they have now developed a technique to produce new viscose from worn-out cotton sheets. In Sweden, old textiles are usually burned to produce district heating. Extensive ...

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