The cheap mass production and final disposal of textiles has pumped hazardous substances in the air, polluted ground and drinking water and created toxic landfills with process chemicals destroying the environment and negatively impacting human health. Challenged by the Greenpeace DETOX campaign to clean up its act, the industry has committed to achieve a “Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals” (ZDHC) in the textile and footwear supply chain by 2020.
Second only to oil companies, the textile industry is one of the dirtiest in the world in terms of its use of hazardous chemicals. The industry uses over five trillion liters of water – the equivalent of two million Olympic-size swimming pools – to dye some 28 billion kg of textiles each year. It has been estimated that approximately 20% of industrial water pollution is the direct result of the dyeing and treatment of textiles. Air pollution and waste landfills compound the problem, contaminating air and soil to enormous effect.

Nano technology

This product is a polymer nanometer integrated additive. Mixing this product with dye can directly achieve the results of traditional printing and dyeing processes and have better results.
Product Features: Can penetrate dyes into fibers, compared with similar additives in the current market. Comparison: penetration, stronger color fastness (test report can be provided), 0 sewage discharge (emphasis); compared with traditional printing and dyeing, fabric penetration is higher , Color fastness is higher than the traditional 0.5 or more, not easy to fade, reduce equipment costs, labor costs.
Fabrics currently in trial: polyester, continue to develop different fabric applications

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