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Textiles and apparel sustainability update, April 2021
published in Issue 208, April 2021
Environmental sustainability is of growing importance within the global fibre, textile and apparel industry, and pressures to improve their sustainability credentials have prompted several companies to develop innovative new products and adapt their business strategies. This report provides information on the latest product developments and business developments in relation to environmental sustainability with a particular focus on: business news; denim; dyeing processes; environmentally sustainable finishes; fibres; interior fabrics; mattresses; membranes; performance fabrics; recycling technology; and workwear. Furthermore, the report includes information and insight relating to the following innovative brands, companies and other organisations: Aquafil, Arc'teryx, Archroma, CHT Group, CleanKore, Culp, DuPont Biomaterials, Duvaltex, DyeCoo, Eastman, the European Carpet and Rug Association (ECRA), Freudenberg Performance Materials, Giotex, H&M Foundation, Harrison Spinks, HeiQ, Huntsman Corporation, Infinited Fiber Company, Inter IKEA Group, Itochu, Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO), Novetex Textiles, Nylstar, Pulcra Chemicals, Project Plan B, Renewcell, the Royal College of Art's (RCA's) Materials Science Research Centre, Royal DSM (DSM), Rudolf Group, Sateri, Sorona, Sympatex, Tanatex Chemicals, Tangshan Sanyou Group Xingda Chemical Fibre Company (Tangshan Sanyou), The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA), The Microfibre Consortium (TMC), The Movement, The Walmart Foundation, University of British Columbia's Okanagan Campus (UBC Okanagan), Ventile, and Weekday.
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