Hum introduces ZERO H2O environmental technology for jersey manufacturing

By Karen | 29 May 2019 | 0 Comments Danish sports brand Hum announced the introduction of ZERO H2O environmental technology into the jersey manufacturing process, which will reduce the water consumption in the fabric dyeing process and achieve the goal of sustainable development.

According to the survey, in the process of making the jersey, each jersey needs about 25 liters of clean water in the fabric dyeing process, and it also emits environmentally harmful sewage. This is why Hum will introduce ZERO H2O environmental technology to make jerseys. By using dry dyes, the goal of zero water consumption and sewage discharge is achieved, and the energy consumption of the previous jersey manufacturing process is reduced by about 50%. The goal of sustainable development.
The jerseys made with the new ZERO H2O environmental technology have appeared in front of us, such as Glasgow Rangers, Middlesbrough and Cambridge. Hum's new season jerseys for these football clubs are built using ZERO H2O technology, both for the fans and the player.

Hum CEO Allan Vad Nielsen said: "As we all know, nearly half of the world's population is facing water shortages, and it is estimated that more than 800 million people do not have access to clean drinking water. The reality emphasizes the needs of the global fashion industry. With some changes, Hum's introduction of ZERO H2O technology in jersey manufacturing is only the first step."
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