• H&M Garment Collection Program Makes Great Contribution to Recycling

    Introducing
    the Garment Collection Program in Turkey, a project aiming to contribute to
    recycling, H&M seeks a sustainable fashion for the future. The
    Swedish-based H&M's garment collection program has been launched all over
    the world.

    The Garment Collection Program, a global
    initiative launched by H&M…

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  • Textile Recycling Contributes Greatly to Economy and Environment

    Recycling
    has gained importance with the problems caused by industrialization such as the
    depletion of natural resources and the increase in environmental pollution.
    Efforts to improve recycling in the textile industry, second to the petroleum
    industry in polluting the world, has gained momentum day by day.

    Textile…

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  • Biodegradable Nonwovens And Application Areas

    Deniz Duran1, Hatice Aktekeli2

    1,2 Ege University - Faculty of Engineering - Textile Engineering Department.

    Abstract

    The rapid increase in the world population leads to the depletion of our natural resources and to the increase of environmental pollution. In recent years, many studies have been carried out to…

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  • Solar Cells Embedded Clothes Can Charge Mobile Phone

    Scientists from Nottingham Trent University have developed a technology to embed miniaturised solar cells into yarn that can then be knitted and woven into textiles. This can lead to clothing embedded with tiny solar cells the size of a flea which will allow wearers to generate electricity on the move and charge items…

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  • Oerlikon Presented Its Expanded Nonwovens Product Portfolio at the IDEA 2019

    Oerlikon presented its complete nonwoven plant portfolio for the production of airlaid, meltblown, spunbond- ed and hybrid materials at this year’s IDEA in Miami from 25–28 March. The focus of its presentation was on solutions for hygiene, medical and other disposable nonwovens.

    Visitors to this year’s IDEA can…

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