Sustainable Fabrics from Liquid Waste: The Digest’s 2020 Multi-Slide Guide to Nanollose’s Rayon from Liquid Waste

February 13, 2020 |

Rayon was valued as a $16.3 billion market in 2019 and growing at over 10%, so what Nanollose is doing is super smaht as Bostonians would say.

Nanollose is taking liquid organic waste from the beer, wine and food industries as feedstock to go through fermentation, purification and conversion into microbial cellulose that is spun into a tree-free rayon fiber or yarn. And being 100% biodegradable makes it attractive for clothing manufacturers looking for sustainable fabrics. Find out the first-mover advantages of their tree-free rayon, how it can be retrofitted into today’s textile and clothing production processes, and more.

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