Recycle textiles

From waste to new fibres


Cherish the resources we have today

A technology company focusing on developing
sustainable processes for recycling textiles
in order to more efficiently use the resources we have today.

re:newcell recycling




Value Chain renewcell


Business Concept




The Product


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Why We Do This



Recent press releases
  • “Fashion chain H&M offers $1m recycling prize for reusable clothing” by The Guardian

    The Guardian wrote an interesting article concerning H&M's search of new alternative sustainable fibers. The article also highlights the issue of future fibre shortage as the global population continues to grow. Re:newcell is mentioned in the article as a part of the solution of future fibre shortage. Click here to read...
  • “Rensa, röja och slänga bort” by P1

    Re:newcell participated on the Swedish radio station P1's program "Stil". The program discussed the nature of consumers' textile behaviour. Re:newcell contributed to the discussion by highlighting the importance of designing textiles to be efficiently recycled and the question: Who is responsible for managing textile waste?. Listen to the program here (in Swedish)....
  • The Swedish Crown Princess and the Yellow Dress

    During the Swedish Crown Princess's visit to the University of Borås, she also visited Smart Textiles. While there, the yellow dress made of re:newcell fibres was presented to the Crown Princess and she had the opportunity to feel the texture of the fabric. The Crown Princess showed knowledge in the difficulty of recycling...
  • Another re:newcell garment has been made!

    Another re:newcell garment has been made! Re:newcell is proud to announce that yet another garment has been made using re:newcell fibres! A white t-shirt was produced by Julia Aronsson and Stina Björquist as part of their bachelor thesis at the Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås. In the thesis,...
  • “Nya trender inom klädproduktion” by IVA

    Re:newcell is happy to note that IVA mentions re:newcell's fibres as one of the textile materials of the future in a highly interesting article regarding textile production trends. (The article is in Swedish)...
  • “Gamla paltor blir nya kläder” by EFN

    Re:newcell in an interesting interview concerning its recycling process by EFN (in Swedish)....