Sateri achieves breakthrough in commercial production of viscose using recycled textile waste

Sateri, a producer of viscose, announced a  commercial-scale viscose fiber made from regenerated textile waste.  The new fiber uses a mix of dissolving pulp made from recycled post-consumer textile waste by Swedish company Södra, and other PEFC-certified wood pulp. Using two technologies for testing, Siro compact and Vortex, the fiber is compatible with existing spinning technologies, ensuring stable yarn production without the need to adjust existing processes or parameters.

Sateri is working toward making recycled fiber available to the mass market.