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    Fibres that Come from Nature and go Back to Nature.

    Creating a positive footprint on environment.

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We are right at the beginning of the long wood-pulp-fibre-fabric-fashion chain and supply the basic raw material to the textile industry, which is the fibre. Hence, we have a dual responsibility of not only making the basic raw material more sustainable but also to enable and empower the upstream supply chain and the downstream value chain to do the same.

Best Practices
and Certification

Birla Cellulose fibres come from nature and go back to nature. Here are some of the attributes and sustainability credentials of our product

  • Sustainability Credentials
  • Functional Superiorities
  • Life Cycle Benefits
  • Based on naturally occurring cellulose from wood, a renewable raw material from sustainably managed forests
  • No land pollution as insecticides, pesticides and fertilizers are not used in forests
  • Forests helps in carbon sequestering and thus reducing the impact of climate change
  • Land and water requirements a fraction of other natural fibres such as cotton
  • Water consumption in viscose making is nearly 1% of water used in cultivating conventional cotton
  • Pre- and post-consumer waste can be converted to fibre again resulting in circular products
  • Made using closed-loop system minimizing the use of chemicals, water and energy
  • Dope-dyed viscose fibres eliminate use of dyes & auxiliary chemicals in downstream process and eliminate wastewater generation
  • Higher moisture absorption as compared to other fibres
  • Soft, lightweight and brilliant lustre
  • No unpleasant odours and skin friendly (no skin irritation)
  • Excellent blending ability with other natural and synthetic fibres
  • Large range of colours and good drape (fluid fabrics)
  • Retains freshness even after repeated washes
  • Good wet strength in Modal & Lyocell
  • Fully biodegradable, and fastest biodegradability (nearly 4 weeks) among all types of fibres compared to synthetic fibres like nylon, polyester which takes more than 100s of years
  • No plastic microfibres generation that pollute marine / aquatic bodies
  • Traceable from forest to fashion


Sustainability is at the heart of every action that Birla Cellulose undertakes. Birla Cellulose fibres come from nature and go back to nature, leaving a positive footprint on the environment.

Livaeco by
Birla Cellulose ™

Livaeco by Birla Cellulose is an eco-enhanced fibre ethically derived from FSC® (FSC® C118017) certified natural, renewable resources, manufactured through stringent eco-friendly processes and can be traced to its origin.



LIVA Reviva is a nature based branded viscose fibre based on the principles of Circular textile. Pre-consumer textile waste is one of its raw material of LIVA Reviva, reducing the impact of textile wastes on landfills.


Birla Excel

Birla Excel™ is the branded lyocell fibre from Birla Cellulose. These fibres are ethically derived from natural, renewable resources; manufactured using environment-friendly, closed-loop solvent recovery process, making them highly sustainable.


Viscose – Solution to Marine Pollution

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Birla Cellulose is Carbon Neutral in Scope 1 & 2 Emissions

Birla Cellulose has evaluated its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its entire global operations.

We are the first company in the MMFC industry to be carbon neutral in Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions. This is a result....


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