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BRUSSELS – A Finnish initiative which is aiming to tackle bottlenecks in creating wood-to-textile value chains and boost the production of man-made cellulose fibres in Europe has received more than €2m of EU funding. The project will, among other things, be looking at developing innovative technologies for wood pulp modification, cellulose dissolution and fibre quality generation. At present, the raw material base for the production of man-made cellulose fibres is limited as only dissolving grade wood pulps are commonly used. The initiative aims to tackle this by widening the sustainable raw material basis for man-made cellulose fibres.

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