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VÄXJÖ – Swedish pulp and paper business, Södra, says it has developed a new chemical recycling technique which can separate the cotton and polyester in polycotton blends. The resultant pure cotton fibres can then be added to the company’s wood-derived textile pulp, which can then be used to make new textiles.

The company, which has revenues of more than US$2bn, is confident it will be rapidly able to scale its new process due to its size and industry reach.

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