4.7 million pounds allocated to boost textile recycling

Related Keywords: cloathing, EcoTextiles, England, fibre, government, innovative, LetsRecycle, plastic, Recycle, sustainable, Textiles

United Kingdom
4.7 million Euro fund allocated to boost textile recycling
Summary: 
There is coverage including in LetsRecycle, EcoTextiles, British Plastics and Rubber, Fruitnet, and Packaging News of our £4.7 million grant launched today to help boost the recycling of plastic packaging and textiles. We are inviting organisations in England to apply for government funding for innovative solutions to drive up the recycling of hard-to-recycle plastic packaging such as plastic trays, pots and tubs

There is coverage including in LetsRecycle, EcoTextiles, British Plastics and Rubber, Fruitnet, and Packaging News of our £4.7 million grant launched today to help boost the recycling of plastic packaging and textiles.

We are inviting organisations in England to apply for government funding for innovative solutions to drive up the recycling of hard-to-recycle plastic packaging such as plastic trays, pots and tubs, plastic films and pouches, as well as funding for projects that boost the recycling of textiles when they have reached the end of their life.

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Egyptian cotton exports hike

Related Keywords: CAPMAS, cotton, Egypt, export, fibre, hike, import, kantar, Textile

Egypt
Egyptian cotton exports hike
Summary: 
Egyptian cotton exports reached 579,300 metric Kantar during the second quarter (Q2) of the agricultural season 2018/19 that starts from December 2018 and ends in February 2019, up from 379,700 metric

Egyptian cotton exports reached 579,300 metric Kantar during the second quarter (Q2) of the agricultural season 2018/19 that starts from December 2018 and ends in February 2019, up from 379,700 metric Kantar during the same period of the previous season, an increase of 52.6%, according to Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS).

The CAPMAS explained in its 2019 quarterly bulletin of cotton that this increase is due to an increase in cotton production.

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Scientists developed a new coating for textile fibres to capture toxic industrial compounds

Related Keywords: fibre, industrial chemical, microfibers, North Carolina, nylon brush, textile fibres, toxic industrial compounds

United States
Scientists developed a new coating for textile fibres to capture toxic industria
Summary: 
Scientists have developed a new coating for textile fibres that could efficiently capture toxic industrial compounds and chemical warfare agents under real-world conditions, including high humidity. The research, published in the journal Small, may lead

Scientists have developed a new coating for textile fibres that could efficiently capture toxic industrial compounds and chemical warfare agents under real-world conditions, including high humidity.

The research, published in the journal Small, may lead to improved masks and personal protective equipment for soldiers and others at risk of exposure.

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In house textiles expert for Spinnova

Related Keywords: cotton or the current man-made fibres, ecological, ecological technology for manufacturing pulp-based textile fibre, fibre, in-house textiles expert, invested in fibre processing and finishing technology, novel fibre, pulp-based textile fibre, sustainable textile fibre, technical and industrial textile expertise, textile market, textile recycling, textile structures and composites, textile technology, wood-based textile fibre, yarn

Jyväskylä
Summary: 
Based in Jyväskylä, Central Finland, Spinnova employs 10 experts. Spinnova’s patented technology is said to save water, energy and chemicals, making wood-based textile fibre significantly more ecological than cotton or the current man-made fibres. Spinnova’s objective is to globally commercialise pulp-based textile fibre. Spinnova is a Finnish wood fibre company that develops ecological technology for manufacturing pulp-based textile fibre.

Based in Jyväskylä, Central Finland, Spinnova employs 10 experts. Spinnova’s patented technology is said to save water, energy and chemicals, making wood-based textile fibre significantly more ecological than cotton or the current man-made fibres. Spinnova’s objective is to globally commercialise pulp-based textile fibre. Spinnova is a Finnish wood fibre company that develops ecological technology for manufacturing pulp-based textile fibre.

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Textile sector awards honour by TAI

Related Keywords: 74th All India Textile Conference, fibre, garment, global textiles, Textile Association of India, textile technology management, Textiles

Coimbatore
Summary: 
Felicitating the awardees, managing director of Thiagarajar Mills Karumuthu T Kannan said there was an immediate need for an institute to train textile managers, as the industry was not getting textile graduates who preferred other jobs.

Felicitating the awardees, managing director of Thiagarajar Mills Karumuthu T Kannan said there was an immediate need for an institute to train textile managers, as the industry was not getting textile graduates who preferred other jobs.

Industrial bodies like Confederation of Indian Industry, Southern India Mills Association and South India Textile Research Association should take measures to start such an institute, he said.

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Globally recognised DuPont Nomex and Protera flame and arc resistant fabrics, now locally produced by Gelvenor

Related Keywords: arc resistant fabrics, chemically-treated fabrics, Dupont, fibre, garment manufacturers, Gelvenor Textiles, protective textiles, Textile Industry, woven, yarn

Mumbai
Summary: 
The DuPont and Gelvenor Textiles brands are both synonymous with trust. These two leaders in the protective textile industry have recently joined forces to drive the local manufacture of Nomex® and Protera® flame and arc resistant fabrics. DuPont and Gelvenor have a long history of working together, a relationship that has culminated in DuPont certifying Gelvenor as the South African manufacturer who will produce these fabrics to DuPont’s high standards.

The DuPont and Gelvenor Textiles brands are both synonymous with trust. These two leaders in the protective textile industry have recently joined forces to drive the local manufacture of Nomex® and Protera® flame and arc resistant fabrics. DuPont and Gelvenor have a long history of working together, a relationship that has culminated in DuPont certifying Gelvenor as the South African manufacturer who will produce these fabrics to DuPont’s high standards.

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Huntsman Textile Effects introduces Univadine E3-3D diffusion accelerant to achieve high performance dyeing of polyester

Related Keywords: apparel markets, benzyl benzoate, certified textile products, dyeing auxiliary chemical, dyEvolutiondyeing auxiliaries, environmental and economic sustainability, fibre, Global Organic Textile Standard, high-density yarn/beam dyeing, industry dyes, man-made fibres, microfibers, Mills, Oeko-Tex, polyester, polyester-elastane blends, Univadine E3-3D diffusion

Singapore
Summary: 
According to the company, polyester, microfibers and blends treated with Univadine E3-3D diffusion accelerant comply with the requirements of bluesign, in addition to being suitable for Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex and an approved input dyeing auxiliary chemical for GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified textile products.

According to the company, polyester, microfibers and blends treated with Univadine E3-3D diffusion accelerant comply with the requirements of bluesign, in addition to being suitable for Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex and an approved input dyeing auxiliary chemical for GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified textile products.

https://www.innovationintextiles.com/huntsman-aims-to-redefine-dyeing-of-polyester/
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Cotton Corporation of India to obtain cotton from farmers in Rajasthan

Related Keywords: bales, CCI, cotton, cotton grower, cotton season, cotton trading, fibre, ginning, harvesting, mandis, medium-staple fibre cotton, National Agriculture Market

Chandigarh
Summary: 
The CCI has started arrangements for ginning and storage of cotton for the ensuing harvesting season. The central government had newly lifted the MSP on medium-staple fibre cotton by 28% to Rs 5,150 per quintal and long-staple by 26% to Rs 5,450. Traders expect that the hike would help firm up prices in India compared to the last season, when those were lower compared with the global market.

The CCI has started arrangements for ginning and storage of cotton for the ensuing harvesting season. The central government had newly lifted the MSP on medium-staple fibre cotton by 28% to Rs 5,150 per quintal and long-staple by 26% to Rs 5,450. Traders expect that the hike would help firm up prices in India compared to the last season, when those were lower compared with the global market.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/agriculture/cci-to-directly-procure-cotton-from-farmers-in-rajasthan/articleshow/65389143.cms
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Spinnova appoints Petri Poranen, as CFO

Related Keywords: cellulose-based textile fibre, cotton, ecological, fibre, Finnish technology company, man-made fibers, pulp-based textile fibre, Spinnova, spins fibre made of cellulose, textile fibre

Finland
Summary: 
Spinnova develops sustainable textile fibre. Spinnova’s technology spins fibre made of cellulose, simply and without harmful chemicals. This patented technology is said to save water, energy and chemicals, making cellulose-based textile fibre significantly more ecological than cotton or the current man-made fibres.

Spinnova develops sustainable textile fibre. Spinnova’s technology spins fibre made of cellulose, simply and without harmful chemicals. This patented technology is said to save water, energy and chemicals, making cellulose-based textile fibre significantly more ecological than cotton or the current man-made fibres.

https://www.innovationintextiles.com/spinnova-appoints-chief-financial-officer/
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SIMA gives importance to price stabilisation fund

Related Keywords: cotton corporation of India, Cotton productivity, cotton traders, fibre, Indian cotton, Price Stabilisation Fund, price volatility, Southern India Mills’ Association

Coimbatore
Summary: 
The price volatility often eroded the working capital and profit margins of the industry, restricting the industry growth rate between 6 and 8 per cent againsr the potential growth rate of 12 to 16 per cent.P Nataraj, Chairman, SIMA said that, “Cotton productivity has stagnated at 500-550 kg per hectare against over 1,500 kg/hec achieved by over 20 countries. Australia for instance, has achieved productivity of 2,200 kg/hec. Further the quality of Indian cotton is much inferior when compared to the imported fibre, affecting both the farmers and the industry,” giving importance to the requirement for reintroducing PSF and TMC schemes.

The price volatility often eroded the working capital and profit margins of the industry, restricting the industry growth rate between 6 and 8 per cent againsr the potential growth rate of 12 to 16 per cent.P Nataraj, Chairman, SIMA said that, “Cotton productivity has stagnated at 500-550 kg per hectare against over 1,500 kg/hec achieved by over 20 countries. Australia for instance, has achieved productivity of 2,200 kg/hec.

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/sima-bats-for-psf-for-cotton/article24343410.ece
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