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New wipes disposal code
The Code of Practice on communicating correct disposal for personal care and cleaning wipes in order to protect wastewater systems has been updated.
Outlook returns to Brazil
Nonwoven trade associations INDA and EDANA have shared the final programme for Outlook Plus Latin America 2017, to be held in São Paulo, Brazil, in March.
Cotton Inc. expands College of Nonwovens
A new lecture from Cotton Inc.’s College of Nonwovens at Cotton University is live.Interested participants in the second lecture in the Introduction to Nonwovens series - Global Nonwovens: Supply and Demand, Markets and Products can enrol now on the Cotton University websi
UK waste carpet recycling rises to 35%
Some 142,000 tonnes of carpet waste was diverted from landfill in 2016 to be reused, recycled or recovered for energy, according to latest Carpet Recycling UK (CRUK) figures.
Berry Plastics completes AEP acquisition
Consumer packaging and nonwoven materials manufacturer Berry Plastics has completed the acquisition of AEP Industries.
P&G refugee commitment in Davos
In partnership with UNESCO and Save the Children, personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) and its Always feminine care brand have announced a new commitment to help girls and young women impacted by the Syrian crisis through education and skill development.
Suominen introduces Airlace for workplace
Nonwoven wipes manufacturer Suominen has launched a new nonwoven substrate for professional wipes. Airlace for Workplace is claimed to be effective in demanding work environments and offer economical cost-in-use.
P&G: zero landfill waste by 2020
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has announced new steps to eliminate all manufacturing waste from its 100+ production sites by 2020.
Bemax to launch on Amazon
Bemax Inc. is to launch two private label diaper brands in the US market through from Apr
Settlement reached on Kandoo ‘flushable’ wipes
A San Francisco judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement of a class action lawsuit involving the Kandoo brand of ‘flushable’ wipes.The settlement, a statement from law firm Gutride Safier LLP notes, potentially affects those who purchased the wipes in California between 21 March 2010 and 9 December 20
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