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AMSTERDAM – A project to create black pigment for textiles from waste has been launched by the Fashion for Good initiative in partnership with fashion companies Bestseller, Kering and PVH Corp.

The pilot, which also involves Indian viscose giant Birla Cellulose and fabric manufacturer Paradise Textiles, as well as ink and dye innovators Graviky Labs, Living Ink and Nature Coatings, seeks to create pigments from industrial carbon, algae and wood waste.

The aim is to validate and scale black pigments from waste feedstocks that could eventually replace synthetic dyes offering a more sustainable means of textile production with a lower carbon impact.

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