Adding to the natural fiber sweaters that are currently available to consumers, biomaterial technology company Nanollose is introducing an innovative new style made from sustainable coconut waste. The unique new sweater has the potential to inspire manufacturers and designers who are looking to incorporate more eco-friendly and ethical materials into their work.
PERTH – Australian tech business Nanollose has announced its first test garment – a 3D knitted sweater made using fibres produced from the fermentation of liquid coconut waste using bacteria. The company, which has a test plant in Indonesia, is seeking to disrupt the traditional rayon fibre production industry with its patented technology which develops fibres from the fermentation of liquid organic wastes – coconuts are one example but the tech is also applicable to other wastes such as beer and molasses.
Australian-based biomaterial technology company Nanollose has created a sweater using the company’s eco-friendly tree-free rayon fibre Nullarbor, sourced from sustainable coconut waste.
Australian company Nanollose Limited was recently in the news for successfully developing its revolutionary Tree-Free Nullarbor(TM) fibre into garment, proving its commercial success. And thus offering the textile and apparel industry a sustainable cellulose fibre, in contrast to the conventionally environmentally degrading viscose fibre. The garment was created using the latest 3D sweater-knit technology.
Nanollose, the Australian biotech firm behind what it claims is the world’s first tree-free rayon-viscose fiber, has now created what is quite possibly the world’s first piece of tree-free rayon-viscose clothing. Knit using 3-D technology, the “first of its kind” sweater is a developmental milestone for Nanollose’s Nullarbor fiber, which is derived, in part, from…
Fashion garment is the world’s first made from liquid waste, claims Australian biomaterial tech firm Nanollose
An eco-friendly jumper made from coconut waste has been created by Australian-based Nanollose, in what the biomaterials technology developer is hailing as a “breakthrough” for sustainable fashion.
Sydney – Australian-based biotechnology company Nanollose Ltd, has created the first flat knitted sweater made with its ‘Nullarbor’ branded fibre, which is said to be an environmentally preferential alternative to viscose.
4 December 2018
Plant-free fabric maker Nanollose has debuted the world’s first piece of clothing made from coconut waste. Investors applauded the effort, propelling shares up over 71 per cent to an intra-day high of 12c on Tuesday.
Australian biotechnology company Nanollose says it has successfully created its first test-garment made from Nullarbor fibre, a sustainable alternative to rayon and cotton.