VF Corp moving down the path of better, smarter, safer chemistry in Textile Manufacturing

News Tags: American clothing corporation, CHEM-IQ program, chemical management program, high performing technical products, Letitia Webster, require robust chemistry, senior director of global sustainability, VF Corporation, wastewater

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VF Corp moving down the path of better, smarter, safer chemistry in Textile Manu
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VF Corporation is an American clothing corporation sells jeanswear, underwear, daypacks, and workwear. The corporate headquarters is in Greensboro, North Carolina. It produces more than 500 million units a year – many of which are high-performing technical products designed for professional athletes, which require robust chemistry to meet wind-, water- and odor-resistance needs – moving the needle on how VF and all of its suppliers manage chemicals was not a lone undertaking.

VF Corporation is an American clothing corporation sells jeanswear, underwear, daypacks, and workwear. The corporate headquarters is in Greensboro, North Carolina. It produces more than 500 million units a year – many of which are high-performing technical products designed for professional athletes, which require robust chemistry to meet wind-, water- and odor-resistance needs – moving the needle on how VF and all of its suppliers manage chemicals was not a lone undertaking.

http://www.triplepundit.com/2015/02/vf-corp-looks-cut-chemicals-textile-manufacturing/
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Waterless textile dyeing technologies to help diminish pollution in textile industry

News Tags: AirDye, American enterprises, ColorZen, Dutch company, DyeCoo, textile dyeing sector, Textile Industry, wastewater, waterless dyeing technology

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Waterless textile dyeing technologies to help diminish pollution in textile indu
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The world’s most polluting industries is the textile-dyeing sector, which in China and other Asian nations discharges trillions of liters of chemically tainted wastewater. Each year, one global industry gulps down trillions of liters of fresh water, together with massive amounts of chemicals. The wastewater from that industry is then dumped, often untreated, into rivers that bring its toxic content to the sea, where it spreads around the globe.

The world’s most polluting industries is the textile-dyeing sector, which in China and other Asian nations discharges trillions of liters of chemically tainted wastewater. Each year, one global industry gulps down trillions of liters of fresh water, together with massive amounts of chemicals. The wastewater from that industry is then dumped, often untreated, into rivers that bring its toxic content to the sea, where it spreads around the globe.
 

http://www.wateronline.com/doc/waterless-textile-dyeing-technologies-reduce-toxic-pollution-0001
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