Email Eco-friendly research and development company Nanollose (ASX: NC6) has announced the world’s first wearable garment using its trademarked Nullabor rayon fibre, sourced from sustainable coconut waste. Read more here
There has been a great push to find more environmentally friendly ways to do, well, everything, and more and more people are coming up with ideas to make life more eco-friendly. One such idea came from Nanollose, who has created a new way to make wool that is both greener and more friendly to animals. […]
Biomaterial technology company Nanollose has created what it believes is the world’s first sweater made from sustainable coconut waste. According to the Australian company, the new sweater is an industry breakthrough, as more and more manufacturers and designers are looking for more sustainable, ethical materials. Read more here
“We didn’t have to cut down any trees to create this sweater, and we have now demonstrated that our tree-free rayon fibre can be used in the same way as other commonly-used fibres to make clothing and textiles.” Biomaterial technology firm Nanollose has created a garment produced from the company’s “tree-free” rayon fibre, which is […]
Nanollose has made a test garment using its Nullarbor fibre, marking the first time clothing has been created using its tree-free rayon fibre. This is in contrast to the clothing made from traditional rayon fibre that is produced through environment challenging wood pulp processing. The garment was created using the latest 3D sweater-knit technology.
An Australian company has come up with an innovative way to make cellulose-based fabrics such as rayon and viscose. Instead of using chemicals to extract cellulose from cotton, trees or bamboo, Nanollose lets a bacteria called Acetobacter Xylinum eat agricultural waste (their initial run used coconut byproducts) and convert its sugars into cellulose.