How is BioMid Fiber Made?

The origin of the raw materials to produce BioMid Fiber are sustainably grown Western Canadian Trees

Over 93% of harvested trees goes into lumber production. BioMid is made from the 7% of the tree that is considered waste. Electing to use trees as the cellulose source eliminates the need for displacing food crop lands and does not require special irrigation, pesticides or fertilizer.  


BioMid Fiber does not utilize the viscose process, rather, it's produced on a zero-waste, closed-loop production line that has only water, cellulose and electricity as inputs. 

BioMid is a joint development of Gordon Shank Consulting and ENC Korea.