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The making of Circulose starts by taking cellulose-rich textiles (above), chomping them up in a shredder, refining them further and using a crusher to make pulp, which looks like big sheets of paper (below). Renewcell then sells the Circulose to fiber producers.

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Pulp Friction: To craft a more circular supply chain, Renewcell grinds old apparel into new

Pulp Friction

What is the future of fashion? No, not the next style but the actual process of making and selling it. Increasingly it’s looking like a new paradigm based less on the fast and disposable and more on the durable and recyclable.

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