Adidas uses waterless dye to cut impacts

DryDye uses no water and half the chemicals and energy of conventional dyeing processes, says the company

by James Richens
Adidas range of DryDye clothing uses carbon dioxide rather than water to inject dye into fabric (credit: Adidas)
Adidas range of DryDye clothing uses carbon dioxide rather than water to inject dye into fabric (credit: Adidas)

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