Adult incontinence is very common but the stigma around it means that there’s not so much talk about it. Why is that, and what consequences does this have for the development of better and more sustainable incontinence care products? Parts of the incontinence pads are already based on renewable materials, but parts are still made from fossil-based materials. What's going on in the research world, and will we ever see incontinence products made from 100% renewable materials? Listen to our latest podcast to find out what the experts say.
Guesting the pod are: Katri Laatikainen, Academy researcher at Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT, and LAB University of Applied Science, Finland; Tiina Vaittinen, Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Tampere, Finland; Marianne König, Product Manager, Fluff Pulp, Stora Enso; and Stefan Klang, Vice President, Head of Fluff Pulp Segment, Stora Enso.