06 Jun '17, 1pm

via @ecotextile

via @ecotextile

ITALY – Italian chemical, plastic and synthetic fibre producer RadiciGroup is promoting the use of its lower impact yarn dyeing solutions, in a bid to tackle the level of energy and water wasted through traditional dyeing techniques in the industry. The group released findings from a study it conducted on World Environment Day, which highlights that water consumption could be cut by as much as 90 per cent if more sustainable dyeing technologies are used – although there can be some technical drawbacks related to shades and stock levels.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2017060622796/dyes-chemicals-n...

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