GUJARAT – Waterless textile dyeing using super-critical CO2 technology could be coming to India for the first time, with Dutch engineering company DyeCoo confirming to Ecotextile News that it’s in talks with several Indian textile companies – including Arvind Mills – to ship new dyeing technology to the region.

DyeCoo technology, which has been in commercial use in mills in Thailand since 2010 and more recently in Taiwan, uses supercritical CO2 fluid as a solvent to replace water in dyeing in a process that eliminates both process chemicals and wastewater.

Speaking to Ecotextile News today direct from the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in India, DyeCoo Asia managing director Kasper Nossent told us: “Our goal is to have our first industrial CO2 dyeing customer in India this year and set the example for clean and sustainable dyeing of textiles in India.”

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