Thanks to a joint effort with Smart Plastic Technologies, this international nonwovens manufacturer is making breakthroughs in end-of-life solutions for nonwovens, with a technology that renders polyolefins degradable.
Major nonwoven and engineered fabric companies are taking great leaps to improve their efforts in sustainability. From diapers to hospital wraps, and disinfecting wipes to coffee filters - nonwovens and engineered materials are part of our daily life. INDA is proud to share their successes in three categories: Sustainable innovation, making intentional changes to generate long-term social and environmental benefits, responsible sourcing; using materials that are primarily bio-based or from feedstocks drawing on regenerative, and/or sustainable agriculture principles to advance circularity, and responsible end-of-life solutions - incorporating materials that are either recyclable or biodegradable. See all their stories >
With 47,000 global employees across more than 300 locations, Berry Global partners with customers to develop, design, and manufacture innovative products with an eye toward the circular economy. As the largest manufacturer of nonwovens globally, Berry provides unmatched scale and sustainability expertise, helping customers to solve sustainability challenges big and small.