13 February 2020
Javier Eduardo Sánchez has explained the main aspects of this research that aims to reduce the presence of microplastics in the receiving media.
10 February 2020
It is estimated that a wash of synthetic garments can release around 1,900 fibers of less than one millimeter into the water that the scrubbers cannot filter.
6 October 2019
Silvia Doñate participated in the technical conference "Microplastics: emerging concern in waters", held within the framework of the International Fair for Efficient Water Management (EFIAQUA).
7 June 2019
On the occasion of June 8, World Oceans Day, we spoke with the researcher from DAM (Purification of Mediterranean Waters), Javier Eduardo Sánchez, about the work and main aspects that are being developed in the FIBERCLEAN project
7 March 2019
Textil Santanderina leads a project called Fiberclean, which wants to reduce the emission of microfibers in its manufacturing processes for fabrics and garments.
28 February 2019
With the Fiberclean Project, it is expected to reduce or eliminate microfibers from the value chain with the use of different technologies, from the development of new fabrics and textiles that can reduce the emission of microfibers during their manufacturing process, also in efficient minimization systems, which can be applicable...
4 January 2019
Every year more than 240 million tons of plastic are used in the world and much of this is discarded and accumulates "at the end of its life", especially in marine habitats.
15 May 2018
The company Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo (DAM) participates in the “Fiberclean” project, which will develop new fabrics that prevent, through different washes, the plastic fibers of synthetic garments from ending up in the aquatic environment and can be revalued.
15 May 2018
Fabrics and water treatments are investigated so that the plastic fibers of synthetic clothes do not reach the sea
The company Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo (DAM) participates in the ‘Fiberclean’ project, which will develop new fabrics that prevent, through different washes, the plastic fibers of synthetic garments from ending up in the aquatic environment and can be revalued.