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Published on Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Study: Textile enzymes save resources and lower costs

Written by Stacey Dove

Huntsman DupontSINGAPORE – The results of a six-year case study with Portuguese knitwear producer Acabamentos Têxteis de Barcelos (ATB) that measured the sustainability benefits of Huntsman’s ‘Gentle Power Bleach’ system – which uses DuPont’s bio-based PrimaGreen enzymes – has shown real-time significant reductions in water, chemical and energy use as well as increases in textile product quality and yield.


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