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Nonwoven recycling

​Recycled fiber is an important raw material for the renewable fiber-based packaging and production of different materials. We contribute to the sustainable and circular economy. Maintaining the mechanical properties and performance of materials is our key priority as the fibers recovered in recycling go through the circular flow an increasing number of times.

Spunlace material

Spunlace nonwoven produced in the water jet technique is a product characterised by high cleanliness.

 

Technology of production uses the spunlace technic based on the usage of water needles to entangle the elementary fibers. These nonwovens are one of our leading products because they are known for their high quality. They look similarly to textiles and they are characterised by high strength, and good mechanical performance as well as high aesthetical properties.

 

The technology enables the production of nonwovens with good setting features, low thickness without the use of additional chemicals. An important feature of these products is high absorbency – often it is a decisive differentiator for the final consumer.

Technical parameters:

Colour: White                          Weight: 35 - 100 gsm
Materials: PES, VIS                  Embossing: Plain or Dotted

Single-use disposables & packaging

Plastic waste is one of the most urgent environmental issues of our time.

Less than 10 percent of the plastic we use is recycled, and there’s currently an estimated 100 million tons of plastic in oceans around the world.

Biopolymers are generated through some wastes from the food industry, for example. Therefore, a more sustainable production process is achieved where byproducts are exploited and its cost is transformed in value that is reinvested in the industry.

Another solution is the development of biodegradable packaging based on the use of materials that may easily degrade in the landfill.The prevention of packaging residues in origin is to search for less contaminant solutions. The incorporation of recyclable materials reduce the dependency of fossil fuels such as petroleum, while it reduces the environmental impact.

R&D Facility:

Our R&D team is currently working on recycled single-use disposables for the hygiene, packaging and other sectors. Our facility will be ready by December 2021 and we are looking to launch new products in 2022.

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