Suominen’s new flushable nonwovens substrate, Hydraspun Aquaflo passed the stringent standards for dispersibility set by both the International Water Services Flushability Group (IWSFG) and INDA/EDANA (GD4) in independent testing. Hydraspun Aquaflo is proof of Suominen’s emphasis on delivering industry leading innovations and its position as a clear frontrunner in innovative and sustainable nonwovens, the company said in a statement.
“We are extremely proud to launch Hydraspun Aquaflo. Its 100 per cent cellulosic fibre composition is evidence of sustainable origins and its capability to fully and rapidly break down in wastewater provides biodegradability in disposal, giving consumers an end-to-end eco-friendly solution for personal care. Dry toilet tissue is recognised as the material most capable of breaking down in sewer systems and Hydraspun Aquaflo was developed with this result in mind,” Andrew Charleston, manager, category management, Suominen Americas said.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)