Hot issue: Waterless textile and garment dyeing
Pressure from environmental groups to reduce the vast volumes of water used in textile and garment dyeing has led to a number of developments in waterless dyeing technology. With Nike and Adidas among the first to adopt this new process, the textile industry asks whether waterless dyeing is the solution it has been waiting for?
This latest hot issue report from just-style begins with a recent comprehensive overview of the latest waterless dyeing manufacturing developments and industry implications. This is followed by an exclusive recent interview with Brad Poorman, CMSO, DryDye Fabrics.
The report also rounds up a choice of articles originally published on just-style, revealing the historic landmarks that brought this new technology to market.
Table of contents
Waterless dyeing garners mixed industry reaction
Innovators on board
A question of investment
Interview: Brad Poorman, CMSO, DryDye Fabrics
TAIWAN: Waterless dyeing takes a step forward at Nike
GERMANY: Adidas uses 1m yards of DryDye fabric
US: Nike backs waterless fabric dyeing process
THAILAND: Yeh Group to launch fabrics dyed without water
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