DyeCoo's Tech Cuts CO2 Emissions 58%, Adidas Study

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According to a study that Adidas commissioned, DyeCoo has collaborated with CleanDye's facility in Vietnam to achieve a remarkable 58 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

This groundbreaking research aligns perfectly with Adidas' commitment to promoting low-carbon methods for colouring textiles, underscoring the importance of DyeCoo's supercritical CO2 dyeing process in the realm of sustainable fashion.

This revolutionary approach not only significantly reduces carbon emissions but also addresses the pressing issue of water pollution, marking a pivotal moment in eco-conscious fashion production. Adidas is fully dedicated to seamlessly integrating CO2 dyeing into its manufacturing processes.

This remarkable revelation coincides with the surging global interest in DyeCoo's cutting-edge technology. Countries like Turkey, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, and Central America, along with prominent international brands, are enthusiastically embracing this technology to reduce their carbon footprints.

DyeCoo's CO2 dyeing technique not only offers an extensive and vibrant colour palette but also maintains consistency in large-scale production, all while ensuring top-notch quality and cost-effectiveness.

Kasper Nossent, the commercial director at DyeCoo, expressed his excitement, saying, "We are thrilled about this report and the growing momentum of CO2 dyeing in textile manufacturing. We eagerly anticipate expanding our technology beyond our current customers, collaborating with brand partners to introduce it to factories worldwide."

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Source: Apparel Resources


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