KBR to build sustainable textile fibre plant
KBR has recently signed a technology contract for a plant based on sustainable textile fibres. This plant will be built by TreeToTextile AB in NymÃ¶lla, Sweden.
KBR has recently signed a technology
contract for a plant based on sustainable textile fibres. This plant will be
built by TreeToTextile AB in NymÃ¶lla, Sweden.
TreeToTextile can be enabled to efficiently and sustainably reuse valuable
chemicals, KBR is going to provide engineering, proprietary equipment,
technology license, and commissioning services for the chemicals recovery unit
of the project.
Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology, the company is glad to support this
project by TreeToTextile which is based on producing a highly sustainable
low-cost textile fibre using renewable forest materials. He also said that KBR
is committed to expand its sustainable technologies portfolio so that it can
help its clients balance business and ESG objectives.
is highly experienced in state-of-the-art design. It also has 50 years of
experience in supply of evaporation and crystallization technologies. KBR
Ecoplanning has a record of supplying around 200 plants around the globe. These
plants are supplied for industry segments like pulp and paper, fertilizers,
metallurgical, food, chemical, etc.
KBR is known for
delivering technology, value-added services, long-term
operations, science, and engineering solutions to companies and government
around the world. It employees around 29,000 people and has a customer base in
more than 80 countries. KBR has setup operations in more than 40 countries in
Source â€“ KBR.com