Dust and airlaid textiles come from many different types of companies – like producers of hygienic textiles (paper towels, toilet papers, diapers, napkins etc.) as off-cuts or small pieces of textile. But it can also come from other production companies as dust waste from their industrial exhaust systems. Dust waste or airlaid off-cuts may pose a fire hazard and can also make it unpleasant for the employees in the areas where there is dust. Normally the dust is collected by a vacuum system or disposed of in big-bags, but the dust waste is quite voluminous and airy and can still whirl around and cause problems for the environment and employees.