The first wearable garment using Nullarbor Tree-Free Rayon was manufactured using standard industrial equipment, marking the first time a piece of clothing has been made using a tree-free rayon fibre.

This is a drastic departure from clothing made from traditional rayon fibre that comes from wood pulp and has a harmful chemical process.

Creating the garment was the last significant step in Nanollose’s journey from industrial waste-to-garment development and provides a tangible illustration that the Company’s technology could offer a commercially viable, eco-friendly manufacturing solution for the clothing industry who are urgently seeking alternatives to rayon and cotton fibres.