The polyester industry is booming again, and the latest batch of fiber manufacturers has announced it will bring back the familiar nylon that made its debut in the 1950s.
In the past year, manufacturers have released fiber made from polyester and other synthetics like rayon and lycra.
That’s been a long time coming, and it’s good news for consumers.
Polyester and rayon are both made from the same polymer called ethylene oxide (also known as ethylene), which is incredibly durable and flexible, and both have similar properties to fiber.
So when polyester fibers are being made today, consumers are paying more for them.
In 2015, the US Department of Agriculture estimated that polyester fiber cost the American consumer $1.1 billion in excess consumer goods and services, according to the New York Times.
But now, thanks to some changes in the market, we’re getting some more bang for our buck.
The U.S. Department of Commerce is set to release regulations for the production of polyester, and in doing so, the government is moving toward a more sustainable production process.
That means that the US government is taking more responsibility for the quality of its polyester supply chain, including using synthetic fibers that are not as durable as the best of the best, according the New Yorker.
Synthetic fibers are less likely to leach carbon dioxide into the air, which could cause problems for the environment and the economy.
Synthetics are also far more expensive than the best quality polyester that is made by a plant, according a study published in Science.
“It’s a real challenge,” said Mark Weisbrot, a materials scientist at the University of Maryland.
“The materials are all in a very high-tech process that’s highly controlled.
It’s expensive to get to market, so it’s an expensive product, but it’s not going to be very good.
So that means that we have to be able to make better materials at a much lower cost.”
In the meantime, polyester is still a popular material for fabric.
A study published last year in the journal Nature found that polyesters were used in more than 85% of the world’s clothes.
However, a 2014 study from Cornell University found that “the most common synthetic fibers are polyester.”
Polyester fibers make up about 60% of all US cotton, and that’s not enough to be used as the primary fiber for all new clothes.
The new regulation will require manufacturers to make polyester-based fabrics that are at least as durable and strong as nylon, which will also be the material that will be used in all new garments made for the next decade.
However that will come down the line, there is no word yet on when the new regulations will be in place.
Polymers have been used in fabrics for decades, but the new rules will be the first time that manufacturers can use synthetic fibers in the same fabric.
The FDA is expected to release a final rule on the regulation later this year.