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15.07.2014

VTT: Textile waste can be made into fabrics that are even better than the original

The dissolving of textile waste offers the opportunity to return large volumes of waste to textile production. Novel and efficient methods will be able to recover cellulose molecules, providing one way of resolving the limitations soon to be placed on the use of landfill sites. Such methods will also serve to promote the efficient use of materials. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is currently developing methods for handling large quantities of textile waste material.
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Additional information

Olli Ernvall
Senior Vice President
+358 20 722 6747

Paula Bergqvist
Specialist, External Communications
+358 20 722 5161

Tiina Saario-Kuikko
Specialist, External Communications
+358 20 722 6745

Kati Johansson
Senior Specialist, Communications
+358 20 722 6739

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