CIRCULARITY IN MOTION: how the nonwoven and engineered material industry is making strides in sustainability

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 >


Lenzing Sustainability Solutions

Austria-based manufacturer Lenzing has been creating fibers from natural materials for more than 80 years. The company is taking their sustainability efforts even further with the introduction of the industry’s first carbon neutral VEOCEL™ branded fibers. This new offering will support the reduction of climate impact through the use of Lyocell fibers with a net-zero footprint – and a recent study proved its high level of degradability in natural sea conditions.

Emission from raw materials is often the biggest part of a product or corporate footprint. To reduce these indirect emissions, a company can either avoid such a material or depend on its value chain to deliver new, climate-friendly solutions. With our new offer of carbon neutral VEOCEL™ Lyocell fibers, we can certainly help our partners and customers reduce their emission impact..
Jürgen Eizinger, Senior Commercial Director, Lenzing

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