Reducing CO2 emissions via renewable energy and introducing a closed-loop system,
we have established the environment-friendly and traceable production system.
Bemberg™ is a regenerated cellulose fiber made from cotton linter. Since our foundation, we strictly control the chemical substances used in the manufacturing process and have introduced a closed-loop production system that recovers and reuses copper and ammonia. We have been making improvements further even now.
Since the foundation, we have been in the business of transmitting electric power from our own hydroelectric plants, and currently own nine power stations in total.
By improving the efficiency of these generators, we will reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 11,000 tons annually and aim to further reduce the environmental impact.
We installed a biomass power generation in 2012 to increase renewable energy ratio. In September 2018, we decided to replace a coal power plant with a natural gas (LNG) power plant, which is scheduled to start operation in 2022. This will reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 160,000 tons annually and lower the environmental impact.
Bemberg™ is a regenerated cellulose fiber that uses 100% cotton linter—a pre-consumer material obtained from the manufacturing process of cottonseed oil. It is an environment-friendly material that is biodegradable and compostable for circularity, and undergoes environment-friendly production that includes a proprietary closed-loop system enabling recovery and reuse of major chemicals, while achieving zero emissions of waste.