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Published on Tuesday, 15 October 2013

CO2 dyeing: slower progress than first thought

Written by John Mowbray

TITAS showTAIPEI – Adidas executive, Molly Claiborne-Iskorkutan, suggested roll-out of Dyecoo’s much-heralded CO2 waterless dyeing technology is moving “slower than we would like” during a lively seminar today at the TITAS event in Taiwan, where she outlined the sports apparel giant’s ambitious goals on environmental sustainability, including its ZDHC commitments. Brett Mathews reports from Taipei.


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