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Pallava Group Promoting Eco-Friendly Products

According to Alakan from Pallava Group the company is giving more focus on sustainable fashion and thus has launched Rainbo, which is a sustainable yarn and is eco-friendly with dope dyed fibres where no further dyeing is required. It has has lower water and carbon foot print as production of it is done a very ecofriendly way using minimal water and dyes

Pallava Group has been a pioneer in a wide range of yarns and fabrics particularly Airjet and Sulzer fabrics. The company‘s monthly production capacity is sizeable as they are producing, 45 lakhs per month and 165 tonnes of spun yarn particularly Modal, Tencel , Viscose and many more. The company is looking at some automations so that there is perfection in whatever they produce and is also looking to expand through ite products like ECOVERA and Rainbow. According to Alakan from Pallava Group the company is giving more focus on sustainable fashion and thus has launched Rainbo, which is a sustainable yarn and is eco-friendly with dope dyed fibres where no further dyeing is required. It has has lower water and carbon foot print as production of it is done a very ecofriendly way using minimal water and dyes.

He further explained that a lot of effluents are being discharged and which is why companies have to install and invest on ETP‘s ETP(Effluent Treatment Plants ,but there are new brands which are focusing on new ways to dye so that the fibres are produced in a colour format which is called Spun shade. For instance in viscose in the fiber forming company for example Birla will have the dye chart in the pigment form which is then added into the liquid even before the fibre is extruded so it becomes 360 degree dope dyeing process and Pallava calls it Long Last Rainbo and Birla calls it as Colourlock Technology, informed he. He said the reason for being called so is that the colour particles are locked inside the fibre and will not be released into the water creating no water pollution. Major international brands like Tesco, C&A , M&S are are showing huge interest in dope dyeing so it is going to be a big change where there will be very low level of carbon and water footprint, he averred

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