Carbon neutrality, inflation, and rising energy costs will speed up the restructuring of the textile fiber supply chain. Suppliers with vertically consistent factories and green products are expected to win.
Suddenly, everyone was eager to get on the green train. But with sober thinking, perhaps our best practices are just around the corner: eco-friendly fabrics, local manufacturing, and gentle and natural processing. This article will start from three directions: ecological man-made fibers, yarn built-in component addition technology, and environmental protection post-processing, and take stock of the natural resources that can be used in the textile industry.
With the pressure of international net-zero emissions and the clarion call for carbon tariffs in Europe and the United States, countries have formulated relevant policies to devote themselves to energy conservation and carbon reduction.
With technological progress and industrial restructuring, the cement industry is actively introducing a circular economy and has become an international pioneer in net-zero carbon emissions through alternative fuels, alternative raw materials, waste heat power generation, green power development, and carbon capture technologies.