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Brands do not want to compromise on style when shifting to circular materials
Infinited Fiber Company is a Finnish biotech founded in 2016 to commercialise a breakthrough recycling technology that can turn cellulose-rich raw materials – like cotton-rich textile waste, used cardboard, or wheat or rice straw – into high-quality textile fibres with the look and feel of cotton. The patented technology has been validated by leading brands and is ready to be scaled. Infinited Fiber Company won the Europas 2020 Hottest Sustainability Tech Award, and was listed on the Global 50 to Watch by Cleantech Group in 2019. Petri Alava, CEO & Co-founder, Infinited Fiber Company sheds light on why conscious clothing is becoming a popular choice, the growing market for regenerated fibres and more.
Impact of air humidity on textile materials
Humidification systems are vital to textile industry, from combing raw materials to carding, twisting, spinning and weaving. Air humidity in a textile manufacturing unit can make or break the quality of materials being produced. Humidification systems are vital to textile industry, from combing raw materials to carding, twisting, spinning and weaving. Air humidity in a textile manufacturing unit can make or break the quality of materials being produced.
Livaeco, Birla Cellulose’s step towards SDG
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.
USTER closes acquisition of EVS
Combined technology offers customers more potential for further automation and improvement for increased and sustainable performance.
Dyestuff market to grow at CAGR 7.8%
The global dyestuff (black colour) market for nylon textile fibres was valued at USD 120.8 million in 2013 and is likely to reach USD 204.3 million growing at a CAGR of 7.8% between 2014 and 2020.
8th Atexcon echoes euphoric mood of textile industry
Acche Din´ for the Indian textile industry seemed to have come true, when the curtains came down after lively presentations and debates addressing an audience of over 400 on the second day of the 8th Asian Textile Conference (Atexcon), organised recently by the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) at the Westin Hotel in Mumbai.
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