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DyStar joins Bluesign Conference & supports BlueXpert
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Jul '15
Dyes producer DyStar participated in the recently held fourth Bluesign Conference and supported the introduction of BlueXpert, a new and revolutionary tool for higher resource productivity from Bluesign.

“With BlueXpert, Bluesign offers a solution for one of the biggest challenges for the textile industry, which is to dramatically reduce water and energy consumption in textile wet processing,” a DyStar press release said.

“To build this innovative system, Bluesign Technologies cooperated with leading chemical suppliers, to collect the latest chemicals and process knowledge,” DyStar added.

For many years, DyStar said its focus has been to reduce the environmental impact of the textile industry.

DyStar designed the Econfidence program to help the textile industry optimise processes and to enable brands and retailers to select clean chemistry for their production.

One of many recent innovations to reduce the water and energy usage in the dyeing process is the Sera Eco Wash process that was also presented at the conference.

DyStar noted that it will continue to support Bluesign Technologies and the further development of BlueXpert with their expertise on BAT processes and products.

DyStar is a solution provider, offering customers across the globe a complete range of colorants, auxiliaries and services.

The DyStar Group has offices, competence centers, agencies and production plants in over 50 countries to ensure the availability of expertise in all important markets.

With a heritage of more than a century of product development and innovation for the textile and leather industry, DyStar has developed into new markets like paper, plastic, etc.

DyStar's service division assists brands & retailers throughout the entire supply chain to ensure that they meet stringent quality and ecological specifications, reduce costs and shorten lead times.

The service division offers state of the art colour communication through CSI, textile and ecology testing through Texanlab, ecology and environmental advice, supply chain auditing and consulting.

The DyStar Econfidence program provides assurance that products comply with legal, voluntary and brand & retailer Restricted Substance List (RSL) requirements.

It is an assurance that its products are in compliance with chemical and environmental legislation in each market in which they are sold. (AR)

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