PROCTER & GAMBLE
P&G is focusing on how to enable more recycled content for packaging while also enabling more of its packaging to be recycled. The company’s polypropylene recycling technology can take reclaimed material to near-virgin quality.
Israel and US-based nonwovens manufacturer Spuntech creates spunlace fabrics used in household, medical, cosmetics/feminine care, baby care and industrial applications. The company strives to lead the charge in sustainability in the nonwovens industry through innovations in their process and products.
Spuntech recognizes the critical role forests play in the protection of the global environment and in alleviating climate change. For this reason, they have worked to become certified under the Forest Stewardship Committee (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).
As champions of sustainability, Spuntech Industries has innovated the development of natural fiber for more than two decades. With the increased demand from consumers for environmentally friendly and sustainable products, the company continues to be on the forefront of changing markets. Partnering with industry leaders, they’ve been able to develop 100% natural spunlace working with fibers such as cotton, flax, hemp and bamboo. They’ve also developed fabrics from waste stream fibers such as recycled polyester from soda bottles and cotton fibers from t-shirts.