Jeans are perhaps the most convenient piece of clothing that one would turn to when they want to be at ease and casual. However, while a lot of companies out there have released new line of eco-friendly jeans, the manufacturing process does need some attention.
And perhaps that is what Clariant Advanced Denims wants to emphasize in, making use of dyes that are conservative and safe. Traditionally, a large chunk of dyes (about 9,500 liters), are needed to get it all done but not for this group.
Clariant makes use of a process that makes use of a new combination of liquid sulfur dye which can reportedly reduce water consumption by 92 per cent and cut energy use by 30%. On both counts, the procedure is indeed impressive and may be one day a benchmark of sorts as we continue to look for greener ways to attain our clothing and wardrobe taste.