DyeCoo celebrates another successful installation of three DyeCoo CO2 dyeing machines, together with our partner VDL group-ETG at Cleandye factory in Vietnam. The Cleandye factory opening as part of the Dutch trade mission Vietnam. CleanDye founder Patrick Lohle was interviewed by NL in Business about CleanDye’s revolutionary new venture in
As an industry, textiles has one of the largest water footprints in the world. The dyeing process poses one of the biggest problems within the textile sector, not just in terms of using a huge amount of wastewater, but in terms of polluting with wastewater and textile effluent as well.
Dyeing clothing and shoes with an industrial waste product. DyeCoo Textile Systems has developed a sustainable dyeing machine, the DyeOx. The dyeing machine uses recovered CO2. 95% of this CO2 is reused in the machine. More than 98% of the dye is absorbed by the textile, so hardly any residual
CO2 als grondstof in plaats van afvalproduct Nike en Adidas doen het al: stoffen voor kleding verven met CO2 in plaats van water en chemicaliën. Dat scheelt een hoop energie. Brengt deze Nederlandse uitvinding duurzame kleding dichterbij? Wie aan klimaatverandering denkt, denkt aan de walmende schoorsteenpijpen van kolencentrales of benzineslurpende
Reinach, Switzerland, 31 January 2018 – Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals, today announced that Tong Siang Co. Ltd. has chosen to use Archroma’s Ultraphor® KCB optical brightening agent to color its white, high-performance sportswear. Thailand- based Tong Siang, a member of the Yeh Group, is making