PCIAW PPE report

New Trends of the PPE Equipment Market

The PPE Equipment Market research study relies upon a combination of primary as well as secondary research. It throws light on the key factors concerned with generating and limiting PPE Equipment market growth. In addition, the current mergers and acquisition by key players in the market have been described at length. Additionally, the historical information…

PCIAW Dissolving sustainable t-shirt technology

Vollebak’s plant and algae T-shirt becomes “worm food” in 12 weeks

Tech-based clothing startup Vollebak has launched a T-shirt made entirely from wood pulp and algae, which breaks down in soil or in a composter within three months. The T-shirt itself is made from wood pulp sourced from sustainably managed forests. Vollebak sources wood from eucalyptus, beech, and spruce trees, which are chipped and pulped before being turned into fibre, then yarn…

PCIAW The future of the textile sector

Textile sector future to be decided by Industry 4.0: VDMA

The future of the textile industry will be more and more determined by Industry 4.0—also called Industrial Internet of Things for intelligent and integrated manufacturing—including smart services, according to Nicolai Strauch, head of public relations of the Verband Deutscher Maschinen -und Anlagenbau (VDMA), or the German Engineering Federation.  In smart services, operations and factory—all part of Industry…

PCIAW Law enforcement and firefighting fabric report

Law Enforcement & Firefighting Protective Clothing Fabrics Market Industry Forecast 2019 To 2024

Global Law Enforcement & Firefighting Protective Clothing Fabrics Market Provides useful insights into a wide range of business aspects such as pillars, features, sales strategies, planning models, in order to enable readers to gauge market scope more proficiently. Furthermore, the report also sheds light on recent developments and platforms in addition to distinctive tools, and methodologies that…

PCIAW EPA announce new safety rules

EPA releases significant new use final rules for 145 chemicals

Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency, in accordance with the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, has issued final significant new use rules for 145 chemical substances that were subject to agency premanufacture notices. The rules, according to a notice published in the Aug. 20 Federal Register, are set to go in effect Oct. 21 and would “require…