Non-woven Polypropylene (NWPP) is it's the full name.
Non-woven fabric is man-made and manufactured using light-weight polymers, as such the end product is immensely strong, durable and easy to work with.
Like all polypropylenes, non-woven fabric can be recycled but does not break down naturally in landfill.
Non-woven Polypropylene is a Type 5 Polymer, so be sure to check with your recycling centre or waste collection beforehand.
The current manufacturing processes of non-woven has allowed it to become economical enough to produce reusable bags that replace Single-Use plastic bags.
It can be argued that Non-woven Bags have probably done more to clean up our environment than any other single element in the last 10 years – while it is not a perfect solution, it has been the most effective thus far to assist reduce consumption and raise awareness.
Non-woven Polypropylene is manufactured using chemical, mechanical and heat treatment. It is usually pressed with uniform pattern of some type to give it the appearance of a woven fabric.
Our Non-woven Polypropylene contains approximately 30% Recycled Content.
Exceptional results can be made when screen printing on Non-woven fabric and the colour options are almost limitless - here's our base colour range.