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Apr 16, 202412:58am

Lenzing invests 40 million euros to reduce the environmental impact in its production

The group’s investment consists in the construction of a new air purification and sulfur recovery plant to reduce emission values and reach ecological objectives.

Oct 9, 2019 — 8:00pm

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Lenzing invests 40 million euros to be more ecological. The group specialized in the production of textile fibers, has announced in august of this year its ecological goals to reduce, in 2030, 50% of its C02 emissions per ton of manufactured pulp and fibers.


The investment implies the expansion of the sulfuric acid production through the construction of an air purification and sulfur recovery plant. This is an important milestone on the Lenzing’s path towards reaching its ecological objectives. By the year 2050, the Lenzing Group will no longer generate any net CO2 emissions.


In the future, investment in the production plan will not only make the company be more self-sufficient in the sulfuric acid production but improve the environmental protection and the reliability put into the group. 

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