DyStar, a provider of supply-chain related products and services for the textile and leather industries, has launched a new disperse dye selection, named Dianix, under its 'econfidence' program.
According to the company, the new Dianix dyes are said to avoid chemical contamination issues and are targeted at meeting retailers' restricted substances lists and eco-label requirements. According to DyStar, they are also suitable for the coloration of recycled polyester.
The company says it has faced increased demand for disperse dye products that meet stringent environmental requirements.
"DyStar has evaluated nearly 200 critical chemical components in its disperse dyes" says Dr. John Easton, DyStar's Global Ecology Solutions Manager, "and of these, half are subject to regulatory control or retailer and ecolabel restrictions. We have a rigorous testing and compliance program in place to ensure that our customers can meet these limits."
econfidence is DyStar's initiative aimed at controlling the chemical and environmental impact of products supplied to the textile industry and building supply chain partnerships for more sustainable textile production.
for more information: www.dystar.com