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Innovations and Green Technologies in Modern Textile
In my previous article, I commented on the total number of procedures a garment may need to go through before being placed on the market for sale. Some of the processes, however, produce chemical emissions harmful to the environment. Alongside, I also discussed how MACHIEN is running a “Change Laces Not Shoes” campaign that seeks to reduce the amount of wasted resources while humans pursue a better life for fashion. Apart from this newly launched “Change Laces Not Shoes” action, the entire textile industry has actually made various advances and taken measures to remove the stigma toward the fashion and apparel industry.
Green Technologies in the Textile Industries
Even though currently the procedures of making a garment stay rather fixed, the actual techniques involved in each process are susceptible to change. The following are some of the groundbreaking textile technologies:
Green Fabrics in the Textile Industries
Up to this point, the traditional textile industry seems to be far more creative than what we normally perceive, right? I am sure that more greener and newer textile techniques as the “wine to twine” method are to be introduced later in the near future.
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