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Adidas DryDye Fabric Production Hits 1 Million Yards
Adidas Group has already produced 1 million yards of fabric using the DryDye technology it introduced in 2012, the company reported in a blog post about its global material summit. The summit was held in Thailand this year and included a tour of the Yeh Group’s dye facility, which is among the first to implement the DryDye technology.

DyeDry eliminates the use of water and cuts chemical consumption by 50 percent during the dyeing process. Adidas introduced the process in 2012. Dry dye technologies are becoming critical to the textile industry as China cracks down on textile mills and dye houses,  which have been a major source of water pollution in the country.

“Thanks to this partnership, DryDyeDryDye is an innovation introduced by the adidas Group in 2012,” Adidas Manger of Sustainable Materials and Innovation Phiipp Meister wrote in a June 3 blog entry. “Usually it takes 25 litres of water to dye a t-shirt. Applying the technology to one of our key products already means that in one year we have been able to take it to the next level as this is not a limited collection, but rather a full line of DryDye apparel that is now available globally. This is a clear sign that the production is truly scalable.”

For Spring/Summer 2013, the majority of the fabric has been used for the adidas Performance Prime Tee, one of the best-selling, versatile, training t-shirts in the adidas sports performance range.


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