Dutch Company Uses Liquid CO2 in Dyeing Process to Reduce Water Use

Read the full post at Triple Pundit.

Fabric dyeing is one of the most environmentally harmful processes in textile manufacturing. Effluent from dyes are often released into lakes and rivers. Without proper treatment this runoff wreaks havoc on local ecosystems. These are some of the reasons why Dutch company DyeCoo has come up with a new technology of fabric dyeing using carbon dioxide.

DyeCoo’s waterless innovation, which the company has branded DryDye, took 11 years to develop. Its parent company, FeyeCon, previously engineered a similar process for applications in the industrial sector for example, chemical extraction in pharmaceutical production.

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