May 17, 2022 RegulatoryReport from Annual General Meeting of Re:NewCell AB on 17 May 2022
May 11, 2022 RegulatoryRenewcell completes a directed issue of 3,085,727 new shares to Swedish and international institutional investors, raising proceeds of SEK 324m
May 11, 2022 RegulatoryRenewcell announces intention to carry out a directed issue of new shares towards Swedish and international institutional investors
Renewcell in media
January 28, 2022Forbes — ABB’s Paper Mill Technology Helps Renewcell Turn Old Clothes Into New Fabrics
January 13, 2022Vogue UK — Levi’s Most Iconic Jeans Get A Sustainable Makeover
January 12, 2022Fast Company — They look just like new, but Levi’s 501s are now made from liquified fibers of old jeans
We close the loop
Before a shirt is worn for the first time it has been through more steps than most customers realize. Often one producer makes the yarn, another knits or weaves it into textile fabric, and a third makes the shirt from the fabric. Now it’s ready for the customer to wear.
When garments are worn out or no longer wanted some are sold second-hand or used as hand-me-downs, but the vast majority end up in landfills or are incinerated. Much too few are recycled due to the fact that cotton and viscose can’t be recycled with satisfactory quality on a large enough scale. The cycle stops, because there is a hole in the loop, a crucial part is missing. Until now.
Our recycling technology dissolves used cotton and other cellulose fibers and transforms them into a new, biodegradable raw material: Circulose® pulp. Our customers use it to make biodegradable virgin quality viscose or lyocell textile fibers. This is the link that has been missing from the cycle. We close the loop. The way fashion is produced and consumed can finally be transformed into a never-ending loop.
Circulose® is a branded ‘dissolving pulp’ product that Renewcell makes from 100% textile waste such as worn-out jeans and production scraps. Dissolving pulp is what the textile industry uses to make viscose, lyocell, modal, acetate other types of regenerated fibers (also called ‘man-made cellulosic fibers’). The only difference with Circulose® is that it’s made from textile waste instead of wood.