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  • Nonwovens’ New Hot Spot

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || August 12, 2016
    In the past six weeks or so, two nonwovens manufacturers have signaled their intention to manufacture nonwovens for hygiene applications in South Africa. This is interesting because up until these announcements, this sub-Saharan African country had n…

  • TPP Could Mean Good Things for Nonwovens

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || July 15, 2016
    Earlier this year, negotiations between the U.S. and 11 countries, many located in the Pacific Rim, led to the creation of a free trade agreement between these countries. According to many economists, the Trans-Pacfiic Partnership (TPP)—which s…

  • Flushable Wipes: Still Under Fire

    Flushable Wipes: Still Under Fire

    Karen McIntyre, editor || April 6, 2015
    Industry works to offset claims that flushable wipes clog drains.

  • Ban the Bag? Nonwovens can help.

    Karen McIntyre, Editor || May 7, 2012
    If you’re like me, you are constantly facing the battle of the bag in your households as plastic shopping bags—taken from supermarkets, drug stores and the like—pile up in your cabinets waiting for a second life. Even though I try t…

  • A Fiber For All Seasons

    Karen McIntyre || June 10, 2009
    It seems the two biggest concerns facing nonwovens producers today are how to make a product with a lesser environmental footprint and how to make their nonwovens at a lower cost. The solution to both of these challenges hinges to some degree on the…