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  • 16th April 2014

    Freudenberg Far Eastern Spunweb joins SAC

    Freudenberg Far Eastern Spunweb, a subsidiary of Freudenberg Nonwovens, has reached another milestone on their way to higher social and ecological responsibility, by joining the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), the company believes. Freudenberg Far Easter...

  • 15th April 2014

    ITMA and EDANA plan nonwovens conference

    The International Association for the Nonwovens and Related Industries (EDANA) and MP Expositions, the organiser of ITMA 2015, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), intended to support the organisation of a conference on nonwovens during ITMA 2015 t...

  • 14th April 2014

    The Wearable Technology Show – London

    What’s the collective noun for a group of Futurists? A “ponder” perhaps? I’ve never knowingly met one before but there were a whole bunch at London’s wearable technology show, which took place at Olympia last month. Inevitably, there were also quite...

  • 14th April 2014

    Bayer supports development of coated textiles

    Bayer MaterialScience, the leading polymer company, has inaugurated its state-of-the-art textile coating pilot line in Shanghai, China. At its headquarters in Leverkusen, Germany, the company has also installed new lab facilities, among them a lab coater. Al...

  • 11th April 2014

    Tencel for flushable Nonwovens

    Lenzing, the leading producer of the manmade cellulose fibres, believes it is satisfying the trend of the times in the nonwovens industry with its short-cut type cellulose fibre Tencel that is said to be ideal for high quality wipes and care wipes, due to its ...

  • 10th April 2014

    TAL to get green-fingers at Greentech

    Technical Absorbents (TAL) will be displaying an array of innovative fibre and fabric technologies that aid efficient water management at the new biennial exhibition dedicated to horticulture – GreenTech. The UK based Super Absorbent Fibre (SAF) manufacture...

  • 7th April 2014

    Suominen to introduce new logo for use with flushable wipes

    Suominen, a leading manufacturer of nonwoven roll goods for wiping products, is introducing a new logo to depict the flushability and dispersibility of its Hydraspun Dispersible Substrates at the Index 14 exhibition that takes place in Geneva this week from 8-...

  • 4th April 2014

    Bolger & O’Hearn develop formaldehyde free binder

    The chemicals company Bolger & O’Hearn has developed a new Formaldehyde Free and APEO free print and finish binder for textile and nonwoven applications. Altoma Binder 10580, the new product, has excellent fastness properties and very good mechanical stabi...

  • 3rd April 2014

    Freudenberg spunlaids achieve recycled content certification

    SCS Global Services (SCS), a leader in third-party environmental and sustainability certification, has certified the high level recycled content claim of Lutradur products manufactured by the Freudenberg Spunweb Company. Three specific styles of polyester sp...

  • 3rd April 2014

    Flushable wipes campaign nominated for award

    A public awareness campaign sponsored by INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and the Maine Wastewater Control Association (MWWCA) to educate consumers to not flush baby wipes down the toilet has been nominated for a 2014 Environmental Prote...

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Sustainable features news on sustainability in technical textiles supply chains, from new technologies and materials to the new standards and regulations that are shaping the industry.