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Interface produces modular carpet tiles that allow for endless customisation.
One studio in Berlin has discovered an unexplored use for algae as a "biodynamic color palette" for dyeing textiles.
Marin County and its Civic Center cafe catering provider Ray's Catering switched their plastic take-out containers, plates, and cups to ones made from corn (PLA) and sugar cane fiber (
The aim of Anything But Plastic is to bring together as many as possible of the individual brands and companies that produce plastic free alternative products and provide a platform of convenience
G-Star created sustainable jeans that achieved the first ever overall GOLD Certification for denim fabric in the world, made with 100% organic cotton without hazardous chemicals. The jeans replace
Studio Tjeerd Veenhoven has created a sturdy textile from the leaves of the Areca palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens). The plant leaves are soaked in a specific biological solution that make
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Modern Meadow uses biotechnology to design and produce sustainable leather materials.
Professor Alan Dalton and his team have developed a new way to make smartphone touch screens that are cheaper, less brittle, and more environmentally friendly. The breakthrough from physicists at t
Cirkel produces fitted sheets made out of organic cotton from non genetically modified plants and grown without the use of any synthetic fertilisers or pesticides.
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Electroloom's electrospinning process, dubbed Field Guided Fabrication, makes it possible for anyone with a small bit of CAD ability to design and create seamless fabric items on demand.
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Riz creates swimwear for men. Every pair of swim shorts is tailored from 100% recycled and recyclable fabric from plastic bottles.
Leather is a resource–intensive product that is tied to the livestock industry.
We have more than 300 sustainable disposables in our range. Online shop for buying all kings of different disposables from renewable materials.
A Social Enterprise working in the healthcare space.
The SSE Hydro has held its first fully recyclable event, with no waste to landfill at a sold-out Mogwai concert. The concert, which took place on 16 December 2017, saw the venue provide a 100% rec
F-ABRIC products materials from hemp and flax fibres, all of which grown locally.
Blaynk, a new bedding company, says its pushing beyond the “organic” label and creating sheets made from just two ingredients: cotton and rainwater.
Desso's carpet tiles redesign the carpet as we know it, making carpets that are fully degradable and reusable.
Niaga® Technology offers a completely new way of making carpet, using pure materials only. Niaga® Technology gives carpet designers and users full freedom to make any carpet mono-material or separa
Cheeky Wipes promotes reusable sanitary products as an alternative to disposable ones.
Smart Circular Designs based on the knowledge of flows. Community platform for designers to promote their circular products.
Dutch aWEARness creates clothes from 100 percent recyclable polyester - called Returnity(R) - and sells the performance of the clothes to customers including VW and Desso.
COCO-MAT uses naturally replenished raw materials, such as cotton, seaweed, wool and wood, sourced locally in Greece and Europe, to produce beds and mattresses.
Bakey's, a start-up based in Hyderabad, India, produces edible cutlery in an effort to reduce plastic waste.
Zoe B Organics has created the word's first range of biodegradable beach toys for children.
Huntsman produces a line of metal-free reactive dyes for wool called Lanasol CE, which has been designed to replace the outdated chrome dyeing technique.
Auping aims to make exclusively 100% recyclable products and have all its processes set up in a circular manner by 2020.
Spiders produce silk fibers with remarkable properties including high tensile strength, elasticity, durability and softness.
Nike Flyknit technology was developed with a primary goal in mind: create a shoe that delivers peak performance for athletes while reducing manufacturing waste in the process. Thanks to a micro-lev
In Spring/Summer 2017 C&A was the first retailer worldwide to launch Gold Level Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Certified(TM) T-shirts – designed to be recycled.
German filament yarn business, TWD Fibres, has launched a range of antimony-free polyester yarns.
Shima Seiki's MACH2S is capable of performing WHOLEGARMENT production allowing an entire garment to be produced on the knitting machine without any linking or sewing.
By throwing yeast, sweetened tea, and bacteria into bathtubs, Suzanne Lee, founder of BioCouture, produces sheets of cellulose that are similar to leather and can be made into clothing.