Eco-friendly waterless dyeing technology – the Future of sustainable fashion

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New waterless dyeing technologies are an unprecedented manufacturing revolution. This highlight the sustainable innovation and technology achievements that contribute to environmental development. Today the textile manufacturing sector is one of the main polluters which releases trillions of litres of chemically tainted wastewater into rivers. It produces and discharges roughly 40 percent of all dyeing chemicals worldwide.


Three major companies DyeCoo, ColorZen and AirDye have developed a waterless dye technology. In particular major brands Adidas and Nike have also adopted this new process in their product lines. A Dutch company, DyeCoo currently is being used by Adidas as a partner. DyeCoo strongly believes that the waterless dying process is of benefits to the environment. It reduces water consumption, discharges and wastewater. They utilize SCF, CO2 technology and pressurize powder dye into polyester fabrics. The result reduces the use of energy and chemicals by 50% compared to traditional dyeing methods. It…

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