We only work with suppliers who match all environmental and social requirements.
All raw materials – including dyes – undergo several tests before being accepted. They must fulfill all these points:
·In the case of coloring materials, provide maximum colorfastness, especially to washing, sunlight and crocking.
·The supplier companies must be environmentally and socially certified.
·The raw materials undergo chemical analysis at 1/1,000,000 in order to verify that there is no cross-contamination from other materials.
·All raw materials are subjected to pH test, granulometry, density and dustiness analysis.
·In the case of dye raw materials, spectrophotometric analysis is done batch to batch.
·Supplier companies must be able to ensure supply throughout the year.
·The cost must be acceptable for the textile industry.

Sustainability has the potential to evolve the world. But it also opens the door to a number of social and ethical risks that industry professionals, researchers and policymakers need to consider

Today, textile industry has the possibility to pass from words to action on several levels, but one thing’s for sure: innovation humans can trust always starts in a sustainability framework. 

The GDYES RESEARCH LAB and the GDYES COLOR FACTORY  are a world-leading multidisciplinary hub to address the scaling of sustainability in the industry, both in environmental as ethical and societal contexts. Working together with our partners and clients, we detect and handle the challenges and create the opportunities.

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