Eco – Friendly Non-Woven Bags

Non-woven, bags are tagged as “eco-friendly” because they can be reused more than once. They last longer than simple plastic bags. Cotton is biodegradable, environmentally friendly and most importantly durable.

The first reason why non-woven bags and fabrics are environmentally friendly is the fact that they are made from recycled materials. However since they are recyclable means that they cause little or no pollution and thus is great for our environment.

Owing to its resistance against moisture, high strength, durability and smooth texture, the offered waterproof non-woven fabric is highly demanded. No chemical agents are used for processing of waterproof non-woven fabric as per the industry laid norms.

They are flat, porous sheets that are made directly from separate fibres. They are not made by weaving or knitting and do not require converting of fibres to yarn. Non-woven polypropylene is the new miracle fabric. It's a recyclable plastic fabric that is often used to make promotional tote bags.

Plastic manufacturers claim that the non-woven bags are actually made of non-biodegradable plastic. “The fact is that these non-woven bags can be re-used whereas polythene bags can't be. So in that sense these bags are fine.

Is Non-Woven PP an eco-friendly fabric? Yes, as woven PP is made from recycled plastic (and can also be recycled), it is helping to reduce waste. NWPP can also be mixed with PET (a material made from recycled plastic bottles), raising its eco-friendly credentials still further!

Non Eco – Friendly Bags

  •  1 Trillion one-time use plastic bags are used around the world.
  •  Nearly 2 million plastic bags are used and disposed of every minute
  •  Indian families take home approximately 15 lakh disposable plastic bags.
  •  More than 1.7 billion tons of crude oil is burned each year to produce plastic bags alone.
  •  Plastics are almost completely derived from petrochemicals that are produced by the burning of fossil fuel. Around 4% of petroleum production is converted directly into plastics.
  •  Manufacturing plastics also requires energy, making production also responsible for the consumption of a similar additional quantity of limited resource fossil fuels.