Texon seeking "zerofootprint"

Texon, the producer of materials for the footwear industry, is seeking to achieve what it calls a “zerofootprint” by 2025. It is pledging over the next five years to reduce its carbon footprint and use of virgin raw materials – particularly cellulose – by 50 percent, to increase the portion ...

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