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Value Chain Stage: Industrial Market

The industrial market is extremely diverse. The most precise definitions define industrial textiles as those used directly in industrial processes, or incorporated into industrial products such as filters, conveyor belts, and abrasive belts, as well as reinforcements for printed circuit boards, seals and gaskets, and other industrial equipment.
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Sustainability

  • Recycling to Reclaim Profits
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  • Council for Economically Sustainable Textile and Apparel Business
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  • Scream Crash Boom
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  • Scream Crash Boom 2 - The Great Disruption
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  • Textile Recycling
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  • North Carolina Green Economy Resource Directory
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  • From Waste to Worth
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  • Submission to the National Waste Policy Taskforce
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  • Video - Ray Anderson on the business logic of sustainability
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  • Video - The business case for sustainability
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  • Video - Clever little bag by PUMA and FuseProject
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  • NC Sustainable Energy Association
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  • NC Project Green
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  • North Carolina Solar Energy Association
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  • Fair Trade USA partnership with Textile Exchange
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  • Eco-friendly absorbent pads provide safer, cleaner workplace
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  • NatureWorks nominated for 2011 Leader of Change Award
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Events

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Publications

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Textile Engineering Division. Newsletter
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  • Davison's Gold Book
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  • Fabric Architecture
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  • Textiles Panamericanos
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  • North Carolina Economic Overview
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Research

  • North Carolina Performance Textile Industrial Sector
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  • NC Performance Textile Cluster Map
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  • GMA Paving Fabric Study Brochure
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  • GMA Paving Fabric Study Detailed Report
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  • Water and Wastewater Applications for Geosynthetics
    [PDF Document]
  • Canal Lining with Geosynthetics
    [PDF Document]
  • Silt Fence Applications
    [PDF Document]
  • GMA White Paper II
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  • GMA White Paper I
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  • Nonwoven Paving Fabrics Study
    [PDF Document]
  • IFAI Buyer's Guide 2008
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  • TexEd eLearning Opportunities
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  • Carolina Context, January 2009: the NC Textile Industry
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  • North Carolina's Textile and Apparel Industry: Recent Survey Results
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  • North Carolina and the Global Economy
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  • The North Carolina Textiles Project: Initial Report: 2003
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  • Charting Employment Loss in North Carolina Textiles
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  • North Carolina Business History
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  • State of the Union of the Textile Industry in North Carolina Part I
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  • State of the Union of the Textile Industry in North Carolina Part II
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  • N.C. Textile Company Location Maps
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  • Descriptive Analysis of the NC Textile Complex: NC Department of Commerce Study
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  • Release of N.C. Textile Connect
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  • NC Performance Textile Markets
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  • Improving the Competitiveness of the North Carolina Textile Manufacturers with E-Busienss Initiatives: 2006
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  • Logistical Model for Closed Loop Recycling of Textile Materials
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  • Successful Sustainability Integration for the North Carolina & South Carolina Textile Complex: Encouraging Competitiveness by Uncovering Best Practices
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Trade Data

  • SciWay - South Carolina's Information Highway
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  • Export Opportunities
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  • Market Reports & Tariffs - By Country
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