What we do

We design circular and sustainable additives
and materials from recycled textiles

The market

Scaling textile recycling could yield an annual
holistic impact of €3.5 - €4.5 billion by 2030

CelluCircle - A spin off from Stockholm University

3D printing technology offers an innovative solution to the problem of textile waste by creating new products from recycled materials. This process starts by collecting discarded textiles, such as old clothes and other textiles, and breaking them down into individual fibers.As 3D printing technology continues to advance and become more widely available, it is likely that we will see an increase in the use of recycled textiles in the production of new products.

The use of 3D printing in the textile industry not only helps to reduce waste but also creates new opportunities for designers and manufacturers. By using recycled materials, they can reduce their environmental impact while still producing high-quality and innovative products.  This will not only help to reduce waste but also help to create a more sustainable and environmentally responsible future for the textile industry.

Few facts that matters

Textiles Recycling

  • Only 1% of clothes will get recycled into new garments
    second-highest polluting industry in the world.
  • The textile industry uses 98 million tonnes of non-renewable resources every year.
  • Textile production uses 93 billion cubic meters of water every year

Recycled Cotton and Polymers

  • Recycled cotton focuses on textile to textile products
  • Polymer components in textiles are not recycled efficiently

3D printing

  • 3D printing has several advantages as less waste, reduced errors and production on demand
  • 3D printing using polymers can be used for mass production
  • 3D printing is popular in fashion industry



Our products


  • Recycled Cotton
  • Nanocellulose
  • Recycled PET
  • Recycled Composites and Nanocomposites
  • 3D printable filaments
  • 3D printed products and gadgets

Our technology

Circular textile recycling can potentially have annual environmental impact worth 1 -1.5 billion Euros with respect to CO2 emissions abatement , land use reductions and water use reduction.

  • Patented  recycling process of textile waste towards 3D printable filament
  • Greener and sustainable manufacturing methods
  • Readily scalable; compatible with existing industrial processes and circular bio-economy concepts.
  • Conversion of post consumer textiles  using chemical and thermomechanical  routes  into different materials and products for cascading use of resources

Our collaborations