European Disposables and Nonwovens Association (EDANA) has announced that over 120 delegates including key stakeholders and industry players will be participating in the second edition of Circular Nonwovens Forum. The event will provide an interactive platform for professionals to discuss the latest trends and innovations around circularity within the sector.
The event will be held on September 30, 2021, both online and in person at La Hulpe Brussels. The forum is targeted at anyone that is keen on driving the circular economy for the nonwovens industry, according to the international nonwovens association. Nonwoven manufacturers, their suppliers and converters are increasingly focused on finding circular and sustainable solutions and this gathering creates a platform for an in-depth engagement with stakeholders on challenges and opportunities in the pursuit of a circular economy for nonwovens.
“It is rewarding to see this event take off with the continued engagement of the industry” Gil Stevens, director of sustainability and external relations at EDANA, said in a press release. “To witness the eagerness of a range of experts to join us is especially pleasing, and I am very much looking forward to an informative and collaborative day.”
“Circularity is one of the most complex pillars of sustainability strategies” Pierre Wiertz, general manager of EDANA said. “So it is very important that, as the voice of our industry, EDANA facilitates industry interaction and knowledge sharing with forums such as these. I am looking forward to the insights the varied and expert programme offers.”
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)