Linder creates the first depolluting fabric

It took almost 2 years to achieve this result, invisible to the naked eye, without altering the shape, flexibiliy or colour of the fabric. This innovation, driven by Linder, was possible as the family-owned company still weaves, creates and dyes all of its fabrics. It is during the dyeing process that an active liquid process is applied to the curtain, allowing it to capture and destroy the formaldehydes and aldehydes in the air.

Listen to the CEO’s interview with a Radio of Grand Lyon.

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