Invista commercializes bio-based spandex, opening up market for bio-based 1,4-BDO

Invista recently announced the commercial offering of renewable spandex (LYCRA) that carries around 70% bio-based content. Spandex, also known as elastene, is a synthetic polyurethane-polyurea fiber widely known for its exceptional elasticity. According to the press release, Invista's renewable s...

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