Sustainable Fibers for Nonwovens Webinar

Sustainable Fibers for Nonwovens Webinar

Webinar
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 to Wednesday, June 10, 2020

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There has been a push for sustainability in the textile and nonwovens industries over the past several years. We will discuss some of the recent advances both in making fibers more sustainable and fibers from novel sources that can be used for nonwovens.

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Bio:
Brian George has a BS in Textile Science and a PhD in Fiber & Polymer Science, both from NC State University.
He has been at Philadelphia University, now Thomas Jefferson University since 1999 where he has taught
a variety of classes in nonwovens, testing of textiles, other aspects of textile production and characterization,
and materials science.
His research has focused mostly on nonwovens and the use of non-traditional materials in textile applications.

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