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Ikea and H&M group collaborate on ‘chemicals in recycled textiles’ study.
Fashion giant H&M Group and furniture giant Ikea are collaborating on a large-scale study which looks at chemical content in post-consumer textile recycling.
Growing Experimentations on Bacterial Nanocellulose
The project includes several experimentations on bacterial nanocellulose
Dove announces global move to shift to 100% recycled plastic bottles.
Unilever-owned beauty brand Dove is making moves to produce 100% recycled plastic bottles and plastic-free packs for its iconic Dove Beauty Bar soaps.
Leaf Life…Taste, Recycle and Plant!
LeafLife is a kit which allows to recycle tea waste in order to obtain #biodegradable garden pots
Avantium joined the Paper Bottle Project to develop new sustainable packaging material
It is possible to fully recycle the Paper Bottle by separating the paper and PEF
Kit of molds for the sea made of biomaterial derived from shells.
The Growing Pavilion
An ode to the beauty and power of biobased materials.
PepsiCo reiterates ‘recycled content’ packaging commitment in sustainability report.
Drinks giant PepsiCo has reiterated its pledge to reduce 35% of virgin plastic content across its beverage portfolio by 2025 in its recently unveiled sustainability report.
World’s first bio-based faux fur delivered by DuPont-Stella McCartney partnership.
Created by ECOPEL, KOBA integrates up to 100 percent DuPont Sorona polymer homofilament fibres to offer a soft, versatile, and long-lasting fur alternative, and the first commercially available faux fur using bio-based ingredients.
STUDENT SHOWS THAT THE CLIMATE-SMART INTERIOR OF THE FUTURE IS 3D PRINTED
The student Malin Fleen has created a biocomposite furniture using 3D printer. Her work hints that the interior of the future might be bio-based and far more reusable than today’s furniture.