Sweden's imogo pioneers eco-friendly dye spraying system

The imogo founding team (L to R): Per Stenflo, Ellinor Nitt and Joacim Wellander © imogo

The startup’s dyeing and finishing solutions convert the most resource-consuming parts of textile value chains into sustainable processes, with virtually no wastewater and using less energy and chemicals

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 Although more sustainability initiatives are being implemented in the textile industry, most are about new eco-friendly fibers and a lot of the sustainable benefits are lost due to the “dirty” processes in the rest of the value chain, according to Per Stenflo, co-founder of Swedish startup imogo.“This is something that we want to address and have a solution for that,” Stenflo told CompassList in a recent interview. The solution is imogo’s proprietary dye-spraying technology which requires a liquor ratio of around 0.5–1 liter for 1 kg of fabric. The extremely low ratio enables manufacture...
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