Biodegradability: The myths and connections
Biodegradability is a term that we hear often, but its true meaning is often misinterpreted and wrongly used. Is it good, bad and what does it mean in different global areas? This presentation will start with the Biodegradability 101 and will then proceed to use two current pieces of work, Bio Synthetics and Microfibre Ocean Pollution, to demonstrate the myths and connections of these pieces of work to the subject of Biodegradability.
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About the orator
Sophie Mather is Material Futurist at biov8tion, a company that works to inspire and transform the textile industry to a future where processes are eradicated and performance created by resource neutral innovation. She has 20 year’s experience in the industry that spans on the ground work in the US, EU and Asia working closely with the supply chain partners at the textile R&D level. Joining the voids between traditional parts of the industry, biov8tion engages at the innovative level bringing together raw materials suppliers, machine builders, fabric suppliers, brands, retailers, non-profits and end of life organisations to create pioneering yet sustainable product solutions.
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