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Nonwovens with healing properties
Monday, 01 August 2011
The New Business Development Division at Freudenberg New Technologies has developed a nonwoven fleece technology which opens up new possibilities in operations, the wound healing process and regenerative medicine.
 
High value potential for composites from waste
Friday, 29 July 2011
The first plant housing patent-pending new technology capable of making extremely high-value composites from waste – potentially even hygienic disposables and other nonwovens – has been installed in Poland.
 
Polyester initiatives at Colbond
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
Consumers will increasingly drive industrial businesses to manufacture products with acceptable end-of-life solutions and made increasingly from renewable resources and recycled materials, Low & Bonar believes.
 
Pushing the eco envelope in Kelheim
Wednesday, 27 July 2011
As part of the festivities to mark the 75th anniversary of Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Bavaria’s president Horst Seehofer officially opened two new environmental facilities – a sulphuric acid plant and a third Biohoch reactor, as part of the organic waste water purification facility at the cellulosic fibre production site.
 
More wipes, less energy, lower costs
Tuesday, 26 July 2011
As a leading wet-wipes manufacturer producing 9,000 tons of nonwovens each year, Israel-headquartered Albaad says its German plant is reaping essential benefits with the new Mako saw cutter.
 
Food waste a pressing issue, says Ahlstrom
Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Having actively explored the use of new biopolymers for some years – and as a pioneer in the development and use of corn-based PLA (polylactic acid) – nonwovens leader Ahlstrom believes third generation bioplymers could be a long-term sustainable alternative to synthetic fibres.
 
Cutting the cost of cold starts
Monday, 25 July 2011
Autoneum – formerly Rieter Automotive Systems – is introducing a new range of vehicle insulation products called Hybrid Acoustics.
 
Spending review for 3M
Monday, 25 July 2011
3M is currently reviewing more than 80% of its supplier spending in China, India, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, Russia and Turkey as part of its new sustainability goals.
 
Geosynthetics is a growing business!
Monday, 25 July 2011
Following its acquisition in May of Tubex – the largest European producer of tree shelters which dramatically improve the survival and growth rates of broadleaf saplings and vines – Fiberweb is investing €6 million in a new geotextile line.
 
Incineration could be the key
Monday, 25 July 2011
By coincidence, all three speakers at the recent Nonwovens Network UK seminar held in Bradford, West Yorkshire, cited advanced incineration as the most effective method for the disposal of nonwoven-based consumer hygiene products in West Europe.
 
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