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On the rise
May 2020
The increase in awareness of the damage caused by synthetic materials on the environment has led to the development of eco-friendly materials. ITJ reports on various natural fibres available.
Freudenberg unveils first ever 100% biodegradable padding at ISPO
March 2020
In addition to reduced consumption, more recycling and increasing the quality of garments to ensure that they can be worn for longer; innovative ecological solutions are urgently needed for the end of the garment lifecycle.
Freudenberg unveils first ever 100% biodegradable padding at ISPO
February 2020
With comfortemp® Lyocell padding, Freudenberg Performance Materials Apparel launched the first fully biodegradable padding made from sustainably produced cellulose fibre that completely degrades in soil within just under 60 days.
Birla Cellulose manufactures viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton waste
December 2019
Birla Cellulose, one of the global leaders in man-made cellulose fibre (MMCF), has achieved a breakthrough in manufacturing viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton fabric waste.
Birla Cellulose manufactures viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton waste
November 2019
Birla Cellulose, one of the global leaders in man-made cellulose fibre (MMCF), has achieved a breakthrough in manufacturing viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton fabric waste.
Birla Cellulose to reduce water intensity by 50% by 2025
November 2019
Birla Cellulose has targeted to reduce its water intensity by 50 per cent by 2025 from baseline year 2015. This will be achieved by application of new technologies based on the principles of 3R (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle). Birla Cellulose is one of the global leaders in viscose industry and a part of $48.3 billion Aditya Birla Group’s pulp and fibre business.
Livaeco, Birla Cellulose’s step towards SDG
November 2019
The United Nations in the year 2015 came up with 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a standard which each country had to achieve by the year 2030 in order to bring about their overall development.
Birla Cellulose to reduce water intensity by 50% by 2025
October 2019
Birla Cellulose has targeted to reduce its water intensity by 50 per cent by 2025 from baseline year 2015.
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