There are words that are repeated incessantly lately and that, sometimes, they lose their meaning. The concept of ‘sustainable’ is so common in any area of life that it is in danger of becoming commonplace. Fortunately, at an industrial and business level, everything indicates that it is an increasingly present idea, not only at the marketing level, but also at the practical level. Because companies are aware that their value grows and their image is optimized if they can demonstrate that they are working on their sustainability and that this work has a positive impact on society and the environment.
And it is that all sectors can do their bit, from industrial to technological, from food to textiles. For example, in the latter sector, a company specialized in the manufacture of fabrics for cords must also contribute to the extent of its possibilities to achieve a lower environmental impact of its activity. If you become a manufacturer of biodegradable cord, this type of fabric, although not natural, can be easily decomposed without impacting the environment, contrary to what can happen with other materials such as plastic.
We already know the risks of the proliferation of plastic materials. Various countries in the world have started a crusade against this material in order to drastically reduce its production. The main problem with plastic is precisely that it is not biodegradable. Therefore, the only solution for the proliferation of plastics is to limit their use as much as possible, accepting, of course, that in certain sectors and types of products it must continue to be used if there is no effective alternative.
Either way, sustainability is a path that can no longer be reversed. If a company specialized in fabrics can be a manufacturer of biodegradable cord in order to minimize its environmental impact, it is evident that all areas are capable of advancing in this line. Because time is running out and sustainability must gradually become a daily act, ceasing to be a buzzword.