Fiberpartner is looking for partners to develop Bio face masks from staple fibers
Single-use masks and other coronavirus related products waste end up polluting our ocean
A single face mask could take hundreds of years to break down into microplastic, the kind of microplastic is now being found in fish, sea salt, and even sea spray.
We have a responsibility and opportunity to work together to ensure the sustainability of our oceans and develop environmentally-conscious biodegradable protective masks.
In these last few months, we have been working hard to develop new types of Bio polyester fibers and we couldn’t be happier to help you with new developments and try to reduce ocean pollution together!
PS: If you have any other ideas to develop biodegradable products, we would love to hear from you too.