DyeCoo featured on Dutch TV about sustainable textiles

How does conventional textile dyeing affect the environment? What DyeCoo does differently and how our water and process chemical free technology will become the new standard in textile dyeing. Watch it here (Dutch)

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DyeCoo makes the 2015 Global Cleantech 100 list

DyeCoo makes the 2015 Global Cleantech 100 list Recognized as one of the Top Private Companies in Clean Technology Weesp, The Netherlands – January 25 2016  DyeCoo, today announced it was named in the prestigious 2015 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group, whose mission is to connect corporates to sustainable

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DyeCoo technology featured in Nike Super Bowl 50 Collection

For this year’s golden anniversary of the super bowl Nike has unveil two celebratory collections: the Super Bowl 50 Nike Gold Collection and the Super Bowl 50 Nike Speed Destroyed Collection. We are especially proud to announce that the Nike Gold Collection features DyeCoo’s water and process chemical free textile dyeing technology.

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An Eco-Friendly Option and a Commercial Reality – DyeCoo featured in International Dyer

CO2 Dyeing company DyeCoo has received a lot of attention recently thanks to promotion of its technology by sporting giant Nike, which has just launched its new collection of polo shirts, dyed without water. DyeCoo’s dyeing process has also been promoted by Adidas and IKEA; however the company told International

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The Human Cost of Water in Fashion

September 2015, Huffington Post UK This blog is part of a month-long focus around sustainable fashion across HuffPost UK Style and Lifestyle. Here we aim to champion some of the emerging names in fashion and shine a light on the truth about the impact our appetite for fast fashion has

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INSEAD: Why Sustainability Meant Opportunity to Innovate for Nike

Jan van der Kaaij, Managing Partner and Co-Founder and Nikkie Vinke, Senior Consultant at Between-us  | July 9, 2015 Innovating and partnering to resolve societal issues can unlock massive value. Fashion is one of the most polluting industries, second only to oil. The overall textile industry is responsible for 10 percent of

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