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The Role of Graphene in the Textile Industry
Incorporating graphene into textile materials unveils a spectrum of remarkable enhancements tailor-made for discerning technical textile professionals. Graphene infusion transcends conventional boundaries, endowing textiles with augmented strength, exceptional durability, wear-resistance, ...
The sustainable alternative for lightweight design
The combination of high strength and rigidity with sustainability and a neutral carbon footprint makes flax the ideal raw material for natural fibre-reinforced plastics. vombaur offers composite textiles made of ...
The Challenges Of Scaling Fibre-To-Fibre Recycling
‎Regularly, our Secretary General Lutz Walter shares his insights and knowledge through his blogposts, covering a wide range of topics related to textile sustainability and innovation. Follow his blog to ...
CARBIOS
Polyester textiles account for 2/3 of the global PET market of around 100 million tons. Only 13% of textile waste is currently recycled, and only 1% is recycled “fiber-to-fiber” Carbios has ...
Sustainability in the Textile Industry?
Is the textile industry sustainable? Yes, it’s possible.  At the present time, it is the largest export-oriented industry in Bangladesh. ...
New Plant-Based Textile Fiber
The Finnish startup - Nordic Bioproducts Group - has successfully spun a new plant-based textile fiber. ...
Long-Lasting Antimicrobial Textile Finishing Reduces Infections and Environmental Impact
In light of the coronavirus pandemic and the increasing number of hospital infections around the world involving multidrug-resistant pathogens, antimicrobial textiles are coming back into focus. ...
Cellulose Based E-Textile could Reduce Harmful Waste in the Textile Industry
Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Aalto University (Finland) have created an electronics textile out of sustainable materials. ...