06. December 2018 | Geotech
Modular moss walls are intended to make a sustainable contribution to air purification in metropolises polluted with fine dust.
28. November 2018 | Oekotech
A science in its own – especially in industries where uniforms are mandatory, companies tend to talk over functionality, appearance and wearing comfort. Thanks to the constantly changing offers, not only fashionable work wear, but also sustainably manufactured working clothes are possible now. Meanwhile some work wear manufacturers attach importance to sustainable production and have their clothes certified by the OEKO-TEX labels MADE IN GREEN and STANDARD 100.
22. August 2018 | Oekotech
Within the textile network PlasTexTron, Starlinger recycling technology is searching for an ecologically and economically sound solution for the recycling of mixed textile waste of multi-material composition.
15. August 2018 | Oekotech
As a global leader and expert in the field of filtration Mann+Hummel develops innovative solutions for the health and mobility of people. A wide range of products and services enables us to meet the needs of our customers and society. FreciousComfort is the name of the new filter series for air conditioning and ventilation technology.
11. July 2018 | Oekotech
In the household, the disposal of organic kitchen waste has always been a major challenge: conventional plastic bags may not be disposed of in compostable waste, but paper bags usually soak.
20. March 2018 | Oekotech
The 0.5 mm thin nonwoven microfibre fabric comes in 24 stock service colours and is suitable for both technical and fashion applications
26. January 2018 | Oekotech
Freudenberg Performance Materials Apparel has succeeded in achieving the technical feasibility of using recycled fibers in padding.
06. September 2017 | Oekotech
The Institut für Textiltechnik (ITA) of RWTH Aachen University and the company mezzo-forte Streichinstrumente, Werther, Germany, jointly developed together a decomposable double bass made out of carbon reinforced plastics whose neck and corpus can be dismantled through a junction made out of carbon reinforced plastics, too.