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Greening the cities with SAF
Nonwoven composites based on the superabsorbent fibre (SAF) technology of UK-based Technical Absorbents have found an interesting new application in the area of green roofing – the fast-growing inner city antidote to too much concrete and tarmac.
Ten questions for Daniel Dayan
Sustainable Nonwovens editor Adrian Wilson speaks to the former CEO of Fiberweb, now chairman of the Nonwovens Innovation and Research Institute (NIRI) and the International Fibres Group (IFG).
Recycling progress announced in Prague
Italy’s first plant for the recycling of post-consumer absorbent hygiene products is now up and running at Contarina SpA, based in Spresiano TV near Venice.
Catering for King Coal
Anywhere between 10,000 and 25,000 filter bags are employed in each baghouse of a coal-fired energy plant, and – with a 2- 3 year lifespan per bag – future growth is inevitable.
Extending your options
The choice of the correct adhesive and adhesive supplier can be a crucial factor in the long-term success of disposable hygiene product manufacturers.
Taming the Wild West
A major new opportunity for nonwoven filters in the US is anticipated as a result of increased water treatment and re-use by the fracking industry.
Disposables 4.0
Without a doubt, wearable, sensor-containing new technologies are set to become the next wave of hygiene and healthcare disposables which the nonwovens manufacturing supply chain needs to be very alert to.
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