Breakthrough Sustainable Textile Dyeing Technology

Textile sustainability is a global issue . The amount of waste water from textile industry reached 3 billion tons only in China, which is about 15% of the total waste water discharged.
More than 50% of global dyeing capacity is in China therefore sustainability pressure is extremely high.
About 80% of textile waste water is from textile wet processing: Dyeing and Preparation are two of the major waste water sources
The clothing industry has emerged as the second largest polluter in the world, after oil. For example, cotton, and especially organic cotton can consume more than 20,000 kg of water to manufacture a T-shirt and a pair of jeans.
With the world on one page on the need for environment consciousness and ecofriendly way of living, the fashion and apparel industry is expected to witness ‘sustainability’ as a major trend in 2020. With a global market size of $3 trillion, the industry’s environmental responsibility is massive.

• No water
• Lower temperature
• One-bath process
• Lower liquor ratio
• Sustainable chemical

Great textile sustainability benefits
May fundamentally change negative images of textile dyeing as a heavy pollution source.

Clean Color Technology vs Water Dying Technology

• Waste water from dyeing 100%
• Waste water from washing > 95%
• Fresh water usage > 95%
• Dye & chemical usage > 30%
• Salt usage 100%
• Energy consumption 20% – 50%