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Banana Republic and Tejidos Royo Team to Produce Waterless Dyed Denim

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Gap Inc. has launched an initiative to produce denim using a waterless, indigo foam-dyeing technique, starting with a partnership between its Banana Republic unit and Spanish denim mill Tejidos Royo. Tejidos Royo’s innovative new process, called Dry Indigo, can reduce water usage by up to 99 percent, while using 89 percent fewer chemicals, cutting energy…

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