Many people don’t consider the vigorous process behind cotton production. As we strive to become more environmentally sustainable, the textile industry is certainly worth looking into. So, how is cotton fiber processing being improved? Graham Stewart, the founder and EVP of FIBRE52, joins the podcast to explain…

FIBRE52 is a company that provides environmentally friendly and cost-effective processing for cotton – with global applications. Drawing from over 40 years of experience in the industry, Graham is leading the charge by uncovering new and innovative solutions for cotton manufacturing. What makes his approach so distinct? Join in now to find out! 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Why cotton manufacturing is so reliant upon water.
  • How cotton is processed and turned into garments.
  • Innovations that have redefined the textile industry. 
  • Why cotton tends to shrink when you wash your clothes. 

To learn more about Graham and his work with FIBRE52, click here now!

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