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Published February 18, 2014
US Patent No.: 8,585,666 B2  Inventor(s): Paul Thomas Weisman, Cincinnati, OH, U.S.; Dean Larry Du Val, Lebanon, OH, U.S.; Harald Hermann Hundorf, Bonn, Germany; Holger Beruda, Schwalbach, Germany; Horst Blessing, Cincinnati, OH, U.S.; Peter Dzi… Read More »
USDA Research Enables Total Quat Release From Cotton Nonwoven Disinfecting Wipes
By Dr. Brian Condon, research leader, cotton chemistry and utilization, USDA Agricultural Research Service & Keith Osteen, principal, Smith, Johnson & Associates
Published January 6, 2014
New technology could broaden cotton wipes’ role in surface care applications. Read More »
Industrial Nonwovens Report
By Tim Wright, editor
Published October 9, 2013
EPA’s “wiper rule” offers opportunity for nonwoven industrial wipes. Read More »
Published November 16, 2012
Anqing Hengchang Machinery Co., Ltd. Xiao Gu Shan Road Anqing, Anhui 246005 China 86-556-535-7442 aqhch@aqhch.com.cn www.aqhch.com.cn BICMA GmbH Basaltweg 3 Mayen, 56727 Germany 49 2651 94 2 94 - 0 mail@bicma.com | www.bicma.com Bikoma GmbH Am Laye… Read More »
Published April 18, 2011
Airspun Flushable adheres to flushability guidelines. Read More »
Published March 31, 2010
Partnership with Litrax combines cellulose with bamboo. Read More »
Published June 10, 2009
TencelWeb technology creates nonwovens from lyocell. Read More »
Published January 13, 2009
Biodegradable wipes are eighth product in Green Works brand. Read More »
Published August 17, 2005
The new SAP Only Recovery System from Osprey uses a three-stage process to reclaim valuable SAP. Soft disposable products are first loaded into an infeed unit. The size of this material is then size reduced and discharged automatically into the recov… Read More »
Color Splash
By Lynne Webster & David Backhouse, School of Design, University of Leeds UK
Published December 2, 2011
U.K. design students collaborate with Lenzing to make eco-friendly clothing for men and women. Read More »