PDA to peer review life cycle assessment on cleanroom coveralls

Study by the American Reusable Textile Association (ARTA) is the first life cycle assessment that includes gamma sterilisation as used in the cleanroom coverall sector

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Trevira invests in expansion

European manufacturer of fibres and yarns for hygiene products expands its Guben site in Germany

EDANA takes home European Association Awards

The international association for the nonwovens and related industries won the Best Association Conference Award for ...

Uni of Manchester research shows infection outbreaks could be reduced

Material scientists at The University of Manchester, working in collaboration with universities in China, have created ...

Packed seminar programme taking place at Lounges 2018

The Lounges exhibition and conference for professionals in the cleanroom and pharma sectors takes place in Messe ...

Unigloves launches nitrile glove with antimicrobial protection

Based on BioCote technology, the creators say this is Europe’s first bona fide antimicrobial nitrile examination glove

New data shows Vestagen's VESTEX is best at reducing pathogen bioburden on scrubs

Presentations at the 2017 IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care in Florida, USA, add evidence ...

Fishers Laundry Group acquired by Canada-based K-Bro

The commercial laundry and textile rental provider in Scotland and the North East of England, has agreed a deal with K- ...

Rutgers-led team invents promising technology for killing microbes

The US university team has invented an inexpensive way to kill bacteria and sanitise surfaces with devices made of ...

Eco-friendly disposables wanted

Last year was a challenging year for the cleanroom apparel market, which was hit with changes in the PPE directive ...

Improved glove dispensing redesign cuts risk of HCAIs

In the healthcare sector, gloves are looked upon as a commodity item with price the main differentiator, but glove ...

Berendsen agrees to takeover by french group Elis

The deal was agreed in prinicple after the French company raised its offer to £2.2bn

Avantor to buy life sciences supplier VWR

Avantor will acquire VWR for $33.25 per Common Share in an all cash transaction valued at US$6.4bn