Finnish solutions for producing high quality textiles from recycled materials and sustainable biomass sources
FINIX – sustainable textile systems research project invites you to find out and discuss Finnish developments on textile recycling and sustainable biomass sources supporting recycled streams in the textile value chain and to paint the picture on these developments in Europe in the coming years.
The aim of this webinar is to give participants up-to-date information and practical insights on Finnish technologies and developments in the field of chemical and mechanical textile recycling and sustainable biomass. Together with researchers and industry representatives from Finland and the Netherlands we will create a picture how textile industry, ecosystems, materials and production chains could look like in 2035. The event is intended for both researchers and industry.
Date: May 25, 2021
Time: 13:30–15:30 (CET) 14:30–16:30 (Helsinki time)
Place: Online (link will be sent to registered e-mail)
REGISTRATION to the webinar via this link.
The participation is free of charge.
Host: prof Kirsi Niinimäki
Chemical recycling and upgrading, from innovation to business – Ioncell, Prof Herbert Sixta
Sustainable biomass sources supporting recycled streams in the textile value chain, Expand fibre project Heli Virkki, Fortum and Katriina Kemppainen, Metsä Group
Mechanical recycling – creating a European textile recycling hub, Outi Luukko, Rester
How can smaller companies benefit from new material innovations?, Hannes Bengs, Pure Waste
Directions for European textile waste business in the future, Traci Kinden, Revolve Waste
Panel discussion, all 30 min
What will textile industry, ecosystems, materials and production chains look like in 2035?
Interaction coordinator Sini Suomalainen, email@example.com