Editorial


  • Wipes

    Why Wipes Won't Go Away

    According to INDA's recent analysis of wipes, household wipes now comprise the majority of North American disposable wipes sales. Experts say that the success of this market has largely been caused by the widespread popularity of electrostatic and we…
    02.10.06

  • Diaper-Free? I Doubt It.

    In the past couple of months, there has been a lot of talk in the media about a new movement, among some mothers, to toilet train their children when they are months, or even weeks, old. According to a website operated by Diaper-Free Baby, a non-prof…
    01.06.06

  • Airlaid

    The Great Nonwovens Sell-Off

    Who Will Be Next?
    Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor 12.08.05

  • Construction

    Nonwovens Industry Wants You

    It is interesting to note that—despite widespread reports of troubles, including unprecedented raw material price hikes, increased competition and difficulty in passing price increases on to customers—the nonwovens industry appears to be…
    Karen Bitz McIntyre 08.30.05

  • Associations | Feminine Hygiene | North America | Wipes

    The Toilet is Not a Trash Can

    Last month, The New York Times ran an article blasting flushable wipes and their role in clogging municipal sewage systems. Adversity is no stranger to flushable wipes. The products have been blamed for septic clogs in New York, London, Oregon and Ma…
    11.30.-1