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Published on Monday, 08 April 2013

IKEA invests in CO2 textile dyeing

Written by John Mowbray

IKEASTOCKHOLM – IKEA GreenTech, an IKEA Group venture capital company has invested an undisclosed sum in Dyecoo Textile Systems, which produces machines for dyeing textiles with carbon dioxide instead of water. The move is being seen as a way to speed up the development of processes and machines that can dye cotton with liquefied carbon dioxide rather than water.


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