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Turkey to launch ecolabel for textile
Turkey will launch its ecolabel certification allowing consumers to identify environment-friendly products. The official from the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization said the ministry has already completed a project aimed to integrate Turkey’s legislation into the European Union’s ecolabel legislation.
Bumper cotton crop in Texas?
All eyes were on Texas recently, when hurricane Harvey hit South East Texas. Major industrial sectors in Texas such as cotton, oil refinery and transportation have been hard hit by the natural disaster.
Planet Textiles 2017 in Bangalore
Planet Textiles 2017, which is jointly organised by MCL News & Media, Sustainable Apparel Coalition And Messe Frankfurt, will be held on May 24, 2017 in Bangalore
Boost to small cotton growers
Primark’s Sustainable Cotton Program aims to help women smallholders in India embrace environmentally friendly production techniques that can help boost yields.
Archroma receives Eco-innovation award for sustainability
Naeem Mughal, Director General, Sindh Environmental Protection Agency, Government of Pakistan. The Eco-innovation Award is a recognition of Archroma’s continuous efforts to foster sustainable innovations aimed at preserving dwindling ground water reserves, and developing eco-efficient processes that reduce energy, process time and resource consumption.
e-fabrics detect noxious gases
The researchers from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute and Konkuk University in the Republic of Korea, coated cotton and polyester yarn with a nanoglue called bovine serum albumin (BSA). The yarns were then wrapped in graphene oxide sheets.
Sustainable innovations: From trickle to tide
What we see today are onrush of innovations touching sustainability everywhere. ITMA may be the watershed year for the global textile industry to take this sustainability to a new higher level. Here are some innovations worth noting
Creating value through differentiation
In today´s tougher global business environment, successful textile mills don´t just rely on product quality and performance to stand out. They leverage their environmental credentials and economic competitiveness as well. Textile mills worldwide are under more pressure to attract international buyers as brands and consumers become more demanding and discerning.
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