Sustainability

Changing the Future for Sustainable Cotton with Graham Stewart of Fiber52

by Debbie McKeegan | 04/04/2023
Changing the Future for Sustainable Cotton with Graham Stewart of Fiber52

In today’s podcast we interview Graham Stewart, founder and EVP of FIBRE52. Fibre52 offers a sustainable solution to the processing of cotton fibres, his companies formula removes the use of hazardous, caustic chemicals - chemicals that are routinely used during the processing of cotton.

We explore fibres and their current manufacturing routes and discuss how Fibre52 offers a new and innovative solution for environmental manufacture.
 

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