Our commitment to creating sustainable products to support health, wellness, and quality of life begins with our focus on sustainability. From the conceptual and design phases, to the final products, we always consider the entire life cycle of our materials while ensuring the safety, functionality, and durability of our medical devices. Our nonwoven materials are commercial today in healthcare including: procedural and surgical masks, youth and pediatric soft loop masks, disposable respirators.
Materials traditionally used in food packaging contain plastics and nearly 40% of plastics produced worldwide are used in food and drink packaging. Plastic pollution from food packaging can contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and can disturb the natural detritus in the aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem. Our nonwoven materials can provide a sustainable alternative to traditional materials used in the food industry as it reduces carbon emissions and is compostable and biodegradable.
Increased demands from eco-conscious consumers looking for products that are safe for their bodies but also for the environment has shifted the way manufacturers view their responsibilities in providing sustainable products. Reducing exposure to harmful chemicals and opting for eco-friendly, personal hygiene product alternatives, like our plant based, biodegradable, compostable nonwoven materials can help in maintaining sustainable personal hygiene.
Innovating the way traditional materials are used in the energy sector is vital to achieving sustainable development. Creating new, sustainable, material alternatives for clean energy, storage, filtration and other industry applications can help increase material efficiencies for producing energy but also protect the environment. Our nonwoven materials offer high-performance as well as high tensile strength and stability while being ecofriendly.
Increasing reports have shown that plastics are polluting soils and are part of the broader plastic pollution. Plastic particles found in soils came from the breakdown of plastic products used in agriculture like silage wrap and seeding bags. Our nonwoven textiles are made from plant-based materials allowing them to be biodegradable and compostable, an ideal sustainable alternative to traditional plastic products used in the agricultural sector today.
Conventional filtration components are made from plastic or glass fibres which are non-degradable and end up in landfills. Filtration methods are used in a wide range of end-use applications, such as residential, commercial, and industrial. The demand to adopt sustainable air filtration materials is increasing as manufacturers and organizations work towards ESG frameworks. Our nonwoven textiles offer a sustainable alternative to traditional filtration media and come with carbon credits.
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