The nonwovens sector is planning to inject more sustainability into its mix, with issues like new EU rules, a greater focus on recycling and the coronavirus pandemic all set to influence the future of the industry.
12-10-2020 (updated: 18-01-2021 )
Textile fabrics are an example of nonwovens. [Photo: Shutterstock]
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