Finland-based Spinnova has been awarded ISPO and Scandinavian Outdoor Awards from the Fast Company in 2019 and 2020, ready to further expand its patented technology in sustainable textile manufacturing. Spinnova’s wood-based materials are manufactured without the use of any harmful chemicals. They are readily biodegradable, perfectly circular, produce no waste or sidestreams, are free of microplastics, minimize CO2 emissions, and use less water than the cotton value chain. Reduce.
Eastman Nia Cellulose Fiber is also participating in the program. Based in the United States, Eastman is a global specialty materials company ranked as one of the “World’s Most Sustainably Managed Companies” reviewed by The Wall Street Journal last October. Eastman, along with Nia, offers a sustainable textile choice for women’s clothing fabrics. The cellulosic fibers are made from sustainable wood pulp, are fully traceable, biodegradable, and are manufactured in a closed-loop process where the solvent is recycled into the process for reuse. Will be done.
The IDH-Sustainable Trade Initiative encourages co-investment and collaboration in innovative models to enable long-term solutions for environmentally and socially sustainable production and trade. Headquartered in the Netherlands and funded by various governments and foundations, IDH operates globally in a variety of industries, from coffee and tea to cotton and apparel.
Also, BAM Bamboo Clothing is participating as a friend of ZDHC. Based in the UK, the UK designs and manufactures soft and sustainable bamboo activewear for sale through e-commerce sites and catalogs.
“ZDHC praises these organizations for participating in our mission and looks forward to a year of collaboration and involvement in the ZDHC roadmap for the Zero Program,” said ZDHC.
Fiber2Fashion News Desk (SV)
Three new contributors, including Spinnova, have joined the ZDHC community. The ZDHC program allows brands and retailers in the textile, apparel and shoe industries to implement sustainable chemical management best practices throughout the value chain through collaborative efforts and standards towards zero emissions of hazardous chemicals. The purpose is to make it possible to move.
Three new organizations will be part of the ZDHC community
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