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Mango launches sustainable collection
Mango has launched a sustainable collection – Mango Committed, a women and men’s collection made up of garments manufactured with sustainable materials. It comprises 25 women’s and 20 men’s garments, with a minimal style.
Swedish breakthrough in textile recycling
A partnership between Swedish Government-owned Fouriertransform and private sector company Girincubator, is building the world’s first production line for textile pulp from recycled textiles in Sweden.
Waste to wear textiles: An overview
During the last 30 years, the consumption of polymeric materials has increased dramatically in large volume applications such as clothing, food packaging, construction, etc., feel Vivek Mane, SB Vhanbatte and Rajanna L Gotipamul.
Rajasthan growing fast as textile hub
Over the last few decades, Rajasthan has emerged as a successful textile hub. Given the labour-intensive nature of the sector, the Rajasthan government has identified it as one of the thrust areas.
Sustainable textiles and their importance
Sustainable textiles are textiles (or fabrics) that are grown and created in an environmentally friendly way, using minimal chemicals. Because chemicals are not used in sustainable textiles, there are less health problems that are associated with chemicals such as headaches, allergies, skin irritation, and respiratory problems.
162 exhibitors, 7233 visitors at Ambiente & Heimtextil India
India’s finest home fashion business platform Ambiente India & Heimtextil India, held from 25 – 27 June at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, successfully recorded an increase in the turnout of business visitors in its second edition with 7,233 professionals from India and abroad
Sub-chapter in ITMA 2015
The organisers of ITMA 2015 have added a recycled fibres and yarns sub-chapter to the exhibitions fibre and yarn chapter.