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What is Non-Woven Polypropylene (NWPP)?30/5/2023
What is Non-Woven Polypropylene (NWPP)? NWPP is a plastic fabric made by taking thermoplastic polymers and spinning them into threads of material that are bonded together with heat. This creates an NWPP material that is soft to the touch and doesn't feel like plastic at all.Get more news about professional laminated non woven bag,you can vist our website! Reusable Bags made from NWPP are extremely strong and durable - it's the material of choice for a range of bag styles including Bags for Life and Tote bags. Like natural fibre, this fabric can be washed to keep bags hygienic and clean. Reusable bags made from Non-woven PP are an economical, sustainable alternative to natural fibre bags made from cotton, jute or canvas, so keep reading to learn more about this versatile fabric. Is Non-Woven PP an Eco-Friendly Fabric? We don't tend to think of plastics as being eco-friendly, but our perception doesn't always match reality. There are several reasons why our Non-woven PP Bags for Life are a sustainable choice for any business: NWPP is 100% recyclable after use*. Once melted down, it can be recycled into a host of products - including a new reusable bag! (Learn more about how a Bag for Life is made) It decreases the amount of waste created from single-use plastic as each time a promotional bag is reused, it removes the need to use a plastic carrier bag. The production of NWPP uses less water than the production of cotton, which uses huge amounts of water. Doesn't generate toxic gases when burnt, unlike PVC plastics. It also generates less waste in production, has a lower carbon footprint and transmits less emissions than other plastics. Ask your local council or supermarket about recycling facilities for Bags for Life. Many supermarkets allow you to swap an old Bag for Life for a new one, so look out for policy in your local supermarket.
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