In celebration of Wool Month 2022, The Campaign for Wool Canada released four short films telling inspiring stories about Canadian wool and its producers.
The world’s largest wool scouring facility, WoolWorks, has recently increased the energy efficiency of its operations. Read on to learn more.
How much do you know about wool? There is so much more to this versatile natural fibre than you might realise. Learn the essential facts in this blog.
Research has confirmed what mothers and child-carers have known for generations: wool is great for babies. Read on to see why the fibre is so beneficial.
One of the many great qualities that wool has is that it is highly traceable. What is traceability and why does it matter? Find out more in this blog.
Wool has many great qualities, including its remarkable resistance to flame. Read through IWTO’s latest blog to find out more about wool’s flame resistance.
How can wool help to generate green power? The American Solar Grazing Organization has proposed an innovative solution. Read more about it here.
At last year’s IWTO Round Table, Kiri10 explained how products represent a beneficial synergy between the cosmetics industry and the wool industry.
At Heimtextil 2023, Neutex introduced its latest products, along with new developments that would set the tone for the textile industry in the coming year.
Join the International Wool Textile Organisation (IWTO) in welcoming its newest member, Datini Fibres, a specilaist in recycling wool.