What Does Biodegradation Mean?
Reducing the impact of textile products on the environment is becoming increasingly important for the textile industry. The main interest is focussed on biodegradable products and fibres from sustainable sources. The biodegradation of textiles based on soil burial tests provides important information on the decay properties of a product along with the ecotoxicological risks and it can be used for evaluation a product´s ecological functionality.
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About the workshop organizer
M.Sc. Christin Glöckner studied product- and process engineering for textiles at the University of Kaiserslautern with focus on textile finishing. There she made her Bachelor of Engineering in February 14. In August 2017 she finished her Master of Science for innovation and technology management.
At Hohenstein she started her career five years ago as project manager at the department for hygiene, environmental and medicine. In the middle of 2014 she became team leader in research and development. Since July 2017 she operates as the head of product management & business development at the Life Science & Care department.