The future of many industries is becoming reliant on sustainable innovation and material choices. The nonwovens industry is no different as it depends on responsibly sourced and produced materials from nature.
Manufactured by a World’s Most Ethical Company? award recipient, Eastman Vestera? cellulosic fiber offers a safe, sustainable, odorless solution for nonwoven applications. Vestera is derived from renewable, plant-based resources and is an ideal material for natural and disposable consumer products.
- Baby wipes
- Personal care
- Beauty care
Redefining what a nonwoven can be
As the newest cellulosic solution in the nonwovens industry, Vestera is made in the U.S.A. and offers superior softness, absorbency, safety and sustainability, design flexibility, and patternability. Unlike alternative materials, Vestera delivers versatility to manufacture using different fiber cross sections, deniers, cut lengths, and crimp levels to develop the ideal nonwoven structure. Vestera is also compatible with various processing technologies and can be carded, air laid, or wet laid.
To innovate with Vestera today,
Creating a soft and sustainable future
Vestera is made from
renewable, naturally occurring resources. In fact, the key raw material used to make Vestera is cellulose derived from trees grown in
certified sustainably managed forests and suppliers of Vestera hold internationally recognized forestry certifications.
Forest stewardship means that none of the trees used to make Vestera are from endangered or old growth forests.
At Eastman, we believe a truly sustainable company is one that creates significantly more value in the world than the resources it uses. Marked by continuous improvements and accomplishments and a commitment to strong leadership and innovating sustainable solutions, we have been honored to receive many awards from external sources.