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-Carbios enters joint development agreement with Novozymes to produce its proprietary enzyme for complete recycling of PET-plastics and fibers

The global agreement is an exclusive partnership for scaling up and producing PET-degrading enzymes

The JDA leads way toward circular economy

CARBIOS (Euronext Growth Paris: ALCRB), a company pioneering new bio-industrial solutions to reinvent the lifecycle of plastic and textile polymers, announced today an exclusive partnership (Joint Development Agreement) with leading biological solutions company, Novozymes.

This agreement secures the production of Carbios’ proprietary PET-degrading enzymes at both a demonstration level and an industrial scale.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

The agreement also represents a critical step for Carbios in demonstrating the positive environmental impact of its technology and ensures it can provide its future customers with a sustainable solution for the infinite recycling of PET-based products, such as water and soda bottles, plastic packaging and textiles.

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-Zorlu Tekstil exhibited 2020 collections at Heimtextil

Zorlu Tekstil exhibited innovative products of TAÇ and Valeron brands at Heimtextil 2020.

Turkey’s leading home textile manufacturer Zorlu Tekstil participated in Heimtextil, January 7-10 with innovative products and solutions put forward with a sustainable future targets in 2020. The company presented the innovative technical yarns of Korteks as well as innovative 2020 collections of TAÇ and Valeron brands at Heimtextil Frankfurt which is considered as the most important home textile fair in the world.

Zorlu Tekstil Group is Europe’s largest integrated manufacturer in home textile products and polyester yarn production. Having made a name for itself with its sustainable products and solutions, Zorlu participated in this fair, which is closely followed by the global market, as in previous years.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

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-Bemberg to present smart material innovations at PV

Bemberg, the Japanese brand of regenerated cellulose fibres, is gearing up for Première Vision (PV) Paris from February 11-13, with a key statement on sustainability: Let’s Make it Circular! Bemberg will have 2 booths, one in yarn-focused sector and other in Smart Creation area, the curated district showing sustainable innovation for textile & fashion business.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

“We simply could not miss out on the Smart Creation Area as sustainability is the founding pillar of our company,” said Shunsuke Sato, sales manager of Bemberg by Asahi Kasei.

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-Indonesia’s Pertamina ends deal with Italy’s Eni for palm oil fuel project – Pertamina CEO

Indonesia state energy company PT Pertamina has ended a partnership with Italian oil, gas and power firm Eni SpA  to process palm oil into fuel, Pertamina’s chief executive told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday.

Pertamina’s Nicke Widyawati said during the hearing that Eni required internationally recognised certification for palm oil, in line with European Union moves to curb the use of palm oil as a transport fuel, even though the oil would have been processed in facilities located in Indonesia.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

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-Teijin exhibits eco materials at tenth PV appearance

Teijin Frontier announced today that it will participate in Première Vision Paris, the leading trade fair for fashion materials that will be held in Paris from 11-13 February.

The TEIJINTEX by TEIJIN FRONTIER stand (6G30-6H29) will feature various eco-friendly materials, including recycled polyester and partially plant-derived fibres, a microplastic-saving fabric and fluorocarbon-free materials for Spring/Summer 2021.

Teijin Frontier, which will mark its tenth appearance in the show, aims to further raise its profile, develop new customers and continue to expand its global market, mainly in Europe.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

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-Scientists develop new method of recycling plant-based plastics

The University of Bath and Birmingham research aims to overcome the challenge of plastic products losing their quality as they are recycled.

Scientists from the University of Bath and the University of Birmingham have developed a new way to break down plant-based plastics into their original building blocks, potentially allowing products to be recycled repeatedly without a loss in the quality of the plastic.

Around 45 percent of plastic waste is reportedly recycled annually in the UK and the percentage is said to be on the rise. However, one of the problems with current plastic recycling methods is the fact that the end product is considered to be a lower quality plastic with worse properties than the original.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

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-DiloGroup gets ready for INDEX

The international nonwovens industry meets again in Geneva, Switzerland, from 31 March to 3 April 2020, on the occasion of INDEX.

DiloGroup, which offers tailor-made production systems from one supplier, will be present at booth # 2010 and provide information about its portfolio and the latest equipment developments from fibre opening to finished felt.

“A new, simplified elliptical needle beam drive makes Hyperpunch technology also attractive for standard application.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

Hyperpunch HαV allows a more uniform stitch distribution in the preneedling process especially in combination with the new needle pattern 6000X,” Dilo said in a press statement today.

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-Lanxess to raise prices of some products

Lanxess, a leading speciality chemicals company, said it is increasing its prices for Durethan base polymers (PA 6) and caprolactam effective February 1.

Lanxess to raise prices of some products

-PET to PET Recycling increases recycled material output

PET to PET Recycling Österreich GmbH looks back on its most successful year so far.

In 2019, more than 26,300 tonnes of PET material (~1.1 billion PET bottles) were used to obtain valuable secondary raw material for new PET containers, representing a further increase of three per cent compared to 2018.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

Austria’s beverage industry took responsibility for environmental and climate protection in 2007, and with the commissioning of PET to PET Recycling Österreich GmbH ensured a complete and resource-saving recycling of PET bottles in Austria.

PET to PET Recycling increases recycled material output

-Help for a world drowning in microplastics

Researchers investigate plastic alternatives, special filters and new breakdown technologies

Look around you. How many plastic items do you see? If you are like most people, there are probably a lot.Garnment Carbon Fiber RePackaging

Research shows that people recycle only nine percent of plastic wastes. The rest — water bottles, pens, shopping bags — can end up in our water, air and soil. Exposed to light and waves, plastic breaks down into teeny-tiny bits. Known as microplastics, they have become a growing concern. That’s partly because when they end up in the environment, they also can end up in animals, our food and our drinking water.

These bits are just some of the many tiny fibers, beads and shards of plastic that find their way into the environment — and its inhabitants, including us. Scientists think there must be a way to keep such pollutants from posing widespread risks.

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