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Nonwovens made with recycled paper

Swatches | August 1, 2022 | By:

Close-up of Suominen’s new nonwoven made with recycled paper. Photo: Suominen Corporation

The Suominen Corporation, based in Helsinki, Finland, has introduced the market’s firstbiodegradable, plastic-free nonwovens made with recycled paper. Called Hydraspun® Circula, the product was created in cooperation with Codi Group, one of Europe’s leading wet wipe producers. Drawing from both parties’ industry expertise, the new product offers a wide variety of applications to meet the daily needs of consumers, manufacturers and more.

“It is important for Suominen to continuously develop new sustainable products to be able to offer even more choices to our customers,” says Johanna Kivistö, Suominen’s category manager. The nonwoven is “a perfect example of how we can develop our nonwovens with innovations and more sustainable raw materials,” she says. “This is also a proof of great product development towards a circular economy without compromising excellent quality and functionalities.” 

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