Bleaching concluded that the sodium hypochlorite is safe for the environment in current normal use according to a risk assessment report conducted by the European community. However, it’s a very unstable and highly reactive chemical process and Industrial bleaching can be a source of concern. In open environments as indoor use the dangerous for workers in factories due to its ability to mix with air and can be spread with Air-conditioner as well; according to some scientist can increase the danger of cancer.
When bleaching cotton, many chemicals, energy, and water are part of the process and reducing the environmental impact of cotton production is not so easy; excessive use of energy and water, as well as a high burden in the form of non-biodegradable waste, is the result. There are many innovations in the field of bleaching cotton fabrics as it is a necessary process to remove the natural and artificial impurities in fabrics to obtain clear whites for even dying and printing. Nevertheless, the process of bleaching denim jeans for the sake of a trend as second-hand look, well-worn on patchwork it seems obvious that this needs to be done differently in the future.
Innovations as PrimaGreen, Ecowhite is and new biotech g technology for denim finishing; these enable creating a variety of denim shades and bleaching options, while preserving energy, water and natural resources.
ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW