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Published June 19, 2014
USDA label helps consumers feel secure in the accuracy of the biobased amounts contained in the product. Read More »
Published May 22, 2014
Verifies that the product’s amount of renewable biobased ingredients meets or exceeds agency's standards. Read More »
Cotton topsheet developed for diapers
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published January 23, 2014
The world is one step closer to seeing a diaper with a cotton component. Cotton maker TJ Beall and Huntsman Textile Effects have developed a diaper topsheet made from hydroentangled apertured spunlaced nonwoven material. The substrate, featuring… 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 »
Published November 1, 2013
Cotton Leads program designed to assist growers with sustainability goals. Read More »
Researchers Seek New Opportunities for Cotton in Wipes
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published September 18, 2013
Formulation change can open up doors in hard surface applications Read More »
Published December 14, 2011
Ihsan Sons of Pakistan has announced a new, innovative nonwoven product. Since the start-up of the Fleissner spunlace line in 2006, Ihsan has has been successfully selling its 100% Cotton Spunlace under the brand "BELCOT" into a wide variet… Read More »
Published February 22, 2011
UltraClean-AM is ideal for hygiene, medical nonwovens. Read More »
New Life
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens manufacturers keep trash out of landfills by using recycled material. Read More »