Azo dyes are used in almost all products like plastics, food, cosmetics and textiles. Since they have intense pigmentation they are used on all textiles with ease, whether they are natural or artificial and around 70% of commercial textiles employ these dyes. But azo dyes are extremely harmful to the environment and humans. Read More..
According to research, using 1000kg of recycled cotton yarn can save 0.5 hectares of land, C02 emissions are reduced by 6600 kg, and 2783 cubic meters of irrigation water are saved. An obvious benefit of recycling cotton is that pure recycled cotton is biodegradable, which ensures that we do not have to worry about a prolonged effect on the environment, such as with recycled synthetic fibres. Read more...