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Eco-material as alternative to synthetic fibers

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During the international textile fair Première Vision Paris on February 6-8, 2024, in Paris/France, Bioworks showed PlaX filament and staple fiber, an environmentally friendly material derived from plants that can replace petroleum-based synthetic fiber, to realize a sustainable, recycling-oriented society. With this fiber Bioworks Corp., Kyoto/Japan, underlines its focus on sustainability and endeavors to create a recycling-oriented society.


The advanced, carbon-neutral PlaX material boasts enhanced quality through its composition of polylactic acid (PLA), a bioplastic derived from sugarcane and other plant-based materials. Developed by Bioworks, this material has the potential to replace synthetic fibers like polyester and pave the way for new applications.


Standing out for its reduced CO2 emissions during yarn production and compatibility with chemical recycling, PlaX is not only environmentally friendly but also contributes to resource circularity. It has been created in a way that reduces CO2 emissions during disposal and does not generate harmful substances. Moreover, PlaX is biodegradable, decomposing into water and CO2 by microorganisms.


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