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Workwear gets sustainable & soft with Arvind x TENCEL range
September 2020
TENCEL, the textile specialty fibre brand under Lenzing, has announced its partnership with the textile and garment major Arvind and have recently launched a collection of trendy, stylish sustainable shirts and suiting for men.
Ground-breaking solution to clean wastewater!
August 2020
Presented with the game-changing wastewater treatment system developed by Scaling Programme start-up SeaChange Technologies, Fashion for Good initiated a pilot project to assess the feasibility of the solution at scale. With the support of partners Arvind Limited, BESTSELLER, C&A and PVH Corp., the pilot provides encouraging results for future implementation of the technology in the supply chain.
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.
Tessiltex-Squinabol chooses Amni Soul Eco for green fabric
September 2019
In partnership with Fulgar, Italy-based Tessiltex-Squinabol is presenting an exclusive green fabric made using Amni Soul Eco 6.6 nylon biodegradable yarn at Premiere Vision Paris fair.
Schoeller introduces sustainable textiles
September 2019
Swiss textile solution provider Schoeller has launched its new ProEarth collection of sustainable, biodegradable textiles, which is comprised of Bluesign-approved fabrics made of biodegradable polyester.
Lenzing fibres now fully biodegradable
September 2019
Lenzing has received confirmation of full biodegradability of its fibres in fresh water by independent research laboratory Organic Waste Systems (OWS).
Lenzing’s collaborative efforts pay
July 2019
Since the creation of the VEOCEL™ brand in 2018, Lenzing adopts a new brand strategy focusing on a collaborative engagement with businesses and consumers alike to drive sustainability in the nonwoven industry.
CHT, Lidl collaborate on biodegradable textiles
May 2019
The CHT Group is collaborating with Lidl. It has developed innovative recyclable textile print products for Lidl’s “Biodegradable textiles with prints” project.
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