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Published on Wednesday, 09 August 2017

China’s textile sector gets serious on water

Written by John Mowbray

SINGAPORE - Water and energy use in textile processing could be halved by adopting dye innovations and process improvements according to one of the world's leading textile effects businesses. Speaking exclusively to Ecotextile News, Raymond Chow, brand marketing head of Huntsman Textile Effects, addressed the current situation in China, where regulatory change is forcing textile mills to act more responsibly with regards water use.


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