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Considering cotton and natural fiber alternatives

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The cutting-edge of clean – understanding residual sanitization and disinfection

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Global perspectives on the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned from COVID-19

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A collection of natural fibers

Cotton was undoubtedly the fiber of the 19th and early 20th centuries and is still by far the world’s most widely used natural fiber. But while cotton is a biodegradable and renewable resource, the use of conventional cotton to produce clothing could decrease going forward as retailers and consumers seek more sustainable alternatives in the …

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For a product to be truly residual it must be able to kill repeatedly over a period of time

Germs are spread in a multitude of ways – from person-to-person, from food-to-person or from surfaces-to-person.1,2 When people visit public areas outside the home, such as foodservice facilities, they can come in contact with many surfaces, including tabletops, menus and highchairs. All of these surfaces are sources of moderate to high microbial contamination.3,4 Germs can …

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Nonwoven fiber production facility

In light of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the supply chain challenges this global emergency has presented for the manufacture of critical nonwoven-intensive products, such as personal protective equipment (masks, gowns, hair covers, shoe covers, etc.) and wipes of various kinds, IFJ reached out to leading nonwoven industry associations in China, Europe and North …

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