Birla Cellulose: A sustainable & responsible approach to Textile Production


13 October 2023, Mumbai

Birla Cellulose, a leading producer of environmentally conscious Man-Made Cellulosic Fibers (MMCF), has launched a new Circular Fiber Blend.


This innovative blend contains 50% mechanically recycled fiber while maintaining high-strength yarn, making it ideal for fabric and garment production across diverse categories.

The Circular Fiber Blend is certified by the Global Recycle Standard (GRS), Recycled Claim Standard (RCS), FSC, and High Index.

It also incorporates blockchain technology for full traceability of the yarn blend, ensuring transparency and accountability throughout the supply chain.
The mechanical recycling process used to convert PCW waste into fiber is chemical-free and the most energy-efficient process for sustainable yarn production. It also minimizes water usage throughout its lifecycle.
In addition to its environmental benefits, the Circular Fiber Blend offers a number of other advantages, including:
Reduced carbon footprint: The mechanical recycling process used to produce the Circular Fiber Blend has significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions than traditional fiber production methods.
In-situ coloration: The Circular Yarn Blend utilizes in-situ coloration, where recycled dope-dyed/mélange yarn negates the need for additional dyes or pigments, further lessening its environmental impact.
High quality: The Circular Fiber Blend maintains the same high quality standards as Birla Cellulose's other MMCF products.
Birla Cellulose's Circular Fiber Blend is a significant step forward in the development of sustainable and environmentally responsible textile production.

The company is confident that this initiative will encourage the textile industry to adopt more sustainable options, meeting consumer demand while upholding the highest quality standards and sustainable practices.

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