Textile Sourcebook, Sustainability Trends
Bio-synthetic fibers consist of polymers that are made from renewable resources—such as corn, sugar cane, and plant oils—making them an attractive alternative to traditional synthetics, which are derived from fossil fuels. The textile industry is one of the largest consumers of biobased materials, aiming to meet demand for performance textiles while at the same time reducing the long-term negative impact on the environment. As an added benefit, these textiles are also often recyclable.
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