Regenerated ‘virgin’ cellulose fiber from cotton waste

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Sustainability Talks Istanbul

Sustainability Governance, Traceability, Circularity, New Generation Raw Materials, Innovative Manufacturing Solutions and Carbon Neutrality will be the hot topics of this year’s conference

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Sustainability in the digitilised textile world towards 2030

Our CMO Süleyman Kocasert has participated in the 14th International Ekoteks Symposium on “Sustainability in the Digitalized Textile World Towards 2030” which organized by the Textile Ecological Test Research and Development Center (Ekoteks) and The Istanbul Ready-Made Clothing and Apparel Exporters’ Association.

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Circular Textile Days

We are greatful to Circular Textile Days Team for creating an opportunity to their Participants and visitors to exchange our information, knowledge and methods about textiles recycling.

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Get to know our new CEO Erik Van Der Weerd

He is a chemical engineer, has worked as a responsible for new production and design in international companies for 10 years. After this he worked for 25 years in his family company Wevotex as managing director. Wevotex is delivering home textiles to hotels and hospitals. Because of the high volumes of cotton in their product offerings, He came in contact with SaXcell which is the ultimate recycling solution to solve the waste problem of end-of-life textiles. The SaXcell concept fascinated him from the very beginning and in 2019.He became more involved as Wevotex became one of the new shareholders and he was offered a position in the SaXcell board.

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Circular Economy

Circular Economy depends largely on producers taking responsibility for recycling of products after consumers dispose them and for improving their design.

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About SaXcell

SaXcell, an abbreviation of Saxion cellulose, is a regenerated virgin textile fiber made from chemically recycled domestic cotton waste. The process to transfer domestic cotton waste into SaXcell fiber is a crucial step in the circular textile chain.

Our Contacts

SaXcell BV Het Lentfert 38
7547 SR Enschede

(+90) 532 287 18 82

(+31) 620 739 159