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Sustainable Nonwovens Sustainable Nonwovens (SNW) is a subscription-based bi-monthly magazine and web-site which provides .. Product #: SN Regular price: $160.00 $160.00

Sustainable Nonwovens

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Sustainable Nonwovens (SNW) is a subscription-based bi-monthly magazine and web-site which provides a unique, fresh insight into the world of the nonwovens with a special focus on technical innovation and industry best practice.

It is written for a uniquely-integrated supply chain – from raw materials through to finished consumer and industrial products – and seeks to encourage shared information in the spirit of continuous improvement.

SNW also works closely with widely respected nonwoven organisations such as INDA, EDANA and ANEX where we exhibit at trade shows and conferences and where our experienced team of journalists break exclusive stories on the news that really matters to you.

Readers also enjoy a printed magazine, which is published six times a year, along with unlimited access to all our premium online content. This includes digitized issues of all our printed magazines, thousands of searchable archived news items, breaking news, specially commissioned in-depth features along with our weekly e-news bulletin.

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Our readers include leading consumer brands, nonwoven manufacturers, retailers, end-users, machinery builders, fibre producers, finished and converted product companies, and more.

To ensure your business keeps pace with new innovations, remain compliant and keeps tabs on the changing strategies of leading nonwoven businesses – subscribe to SNW today.

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  • Consumer and industrial nonwoven products

  • Advances in manufacturing and technology

  • Unique insight into the hygiene industry

  • Strategies of leading nonwoven manufacturers

  • Raw material and polymer innovations

  • News on nonwoven composite materials

  • Technologies for wet and dry staple conversion

  • Innovation in the filtration industry

  • Nonwoven applications for automotive and aerospace

  • The latest industry research and patents

  • Nonwovens business insight and analysis

  • Exclusive interviews

  • Live show reports


Stacey DoveStacey Dove is an experienced textile industry journalist and is the editor of Sustainable Nonwovens. Starting as a general reporter in the MCL newsroom, but rising rapidly through the ranks to editor, Stacey has also written for Ecotextile News, and contributes to its sister publication Knitting Trade Journal. She has also worked on the Green Guides to ITMA Asia & CITME, Textile Standards and Legislation, and the Detox Deconstructed and Sustainable Sourcing Map reports and specialises in news on innovation and environmental issues. Stacey graduated with a first class degree in Journalism from Sheffield Hallam University, gaining experience in both UK news and book publishing environments, and earned NCTJ modules in news reporting, media law, court reporting and shorthand.

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Tony WhitfieldTony Whitfield is the news editor for SNW and T.EVO and is one of the most experienced journalists at MCL with capability in the written, online and broadcast formats. He worked as a writer and broadcaster in sports journalism for over ten years – his credits include: (incorporating script writing, sports commentary and broadcast presentations for SportsLive Radio, and news bulletins for TEAMtalk 252). Online, he has provided content for TEAMtalk Racing, The Press Association,, BBC Ceefax, ITV Teletext and 365 Media/Sky Sports Networked Media. He has also designed, hand coded, and written content for a number of websites. At MCL News & Media Tony is the news and features editor for Sustainable Nonwovens and T.EVO. He also contributes to special reports and other MCL titles.


Chris Remington

Chris Remington is the news editor for Sustainable Nonwovens focusing on the latest business news and innovation in the global nonwovens industry. Chris recently completed his degree in Journalism at Sheffield Hallam University and is set to graduate at the end of 2017. As well as T.EVO, Chris also contributes to other MCL publications, including T.EVO and Ecotextile News.

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