Natural Cures to Coloration Ails

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The Success Story of Cellulosic Fibers Continues

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Resetting the Global Supply Chain

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Bio-based dyes are fueling vibrant change to produce natural colors.

Bio-based Dyes Fueling Vibrant Change to Produce Natural Colors Following the shift from plant and animal-derived dyes to synthetic ones, there is now a growing appetite for non-toxic, bio-based dyes …

The audience at the Cellulose Fibres Conference 2023. Photo courtesy of Nova-Institute

The Annual Conference Will Provide Insights on the Current Trends of Circular Economy, Recycling and Sustainable Carbon Cycles Natural fibers, such as cotton and hemp, will not be able to …

This year’s Dornbirn Global Fiber Congress featured around 125 presentations on fiber innovation, recycling, circular economy, sustainability, nonwovens, technical textiles, sports and apparel. Photos courtesy of Dornbirn GFC

Fundamental Changes are Required to Support Circular Ideas For three days each year in September, Dornbirn in western Austria – one of the smartest cities in Europe – is the …

Textile recycling in Italy is rising. Photo courtesy of Comistra s.r.l.

More sustainable fibers are needed to feed the growing global demand for textiles and fiber-based materials, according to a leading strategic thinker. With fibers being used in an increasing range …

The Fiber4Fiber project aims to develop optimized dissolving pulp from Portuguese Eucalyptus globulus trees to produce man-made cellulosic fibers, such as lyocell and viscose, which can be traced along the value chain. Photo courtesy CeNTI

Cellulose as a Raw Material Could Be the Answer to Future Textile Demand Cellulose fibers are steadily making their way into a wide range of applications, including textiles, hygiene products …