Sustainable Fabric Treatment
How can ECOFAST™ Pure create apparel to be made, sold and worn with integrity?
We can help bring sustainable fashion to life—without sacrificing color and quality. The answer is ECOFAST™ Pure. This award-winning technology helps make a bold difference as a cationic cotton chemistry used before the fabric dyeing process. ECOFAST™ Pure doesn’t have the unpleasant odor of other cationic pretreatments and can help deliver up to:
Like you, we believe sustainability shouldn't have to come at the sacrifice of color or quality. ECOFAST™ Pure is compatible with popular direct and reactive dyes and delivers comparable or enhanced colorfastness.
Keeping our planet top of mind with a more sustainable dyeing method.
Wherever you are in the value chain, you can’t deny the impact that global fashion has on our world – our culture, economy, and planet. While this leading industry provides billions of us with colorful apparel, textile dyeing is the second largest cause of water pollution in the world1. Dyeing also consumes 5 trillion liters of water each year2, which is nearly enough to supply all humanity with drinking water.
By reducing the water, chemicals, dye, and energy required to color cotton textiles, we can help brands meet sustainability targets while also addressing climate change, water pollution and water scarcity.
ECOFAST™ Pure also meets the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme and Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL).
How we developed ECOFAST™ Pure to support sustainable fashion
Our Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is third party reviewed and validated, putting our claims to the test
How does ECOFAST™ Pure work?
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For more information about ECOFAST™ Pure, please fill out the form below. Once completed, you will receive a follow-up email with your requested information and an opportunity to connect with a Dow Representitive.
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