Blue jeans, a favorite of people around the world, are one of the products that most produce environmentally harmful substances during the production process. Blue jeans are made from white denim cloth, which is dyed blue using an indigo dye and bleached using various chemicals including sodium hypochlorite to lend an air.
Such chemicals run off during the washing and then cleaning processes, during which the polluted water mixed with dyes would flow without filtration into rivers around the factory. Furthermore, some of the toxic chemicals have been delivered to consumers smeared in blue jeans without complete removal even in the washing process, which can cause skin trouble. The amount of water consumed in production of a pair of jeans is about 10,000 liters; in other words, a pair of the trousers we now wear uses water much enough to afford 2,200 African residents a day’s drinking need.
Ecoyaa is a company specializing in the research and manufacture of eco-friendly products since its foundation in 2003. The Company has been making efforts to develop technology for humankind and the environment. It has continuously endeavored to mass produce products based on Korean traditional techniques under a strict quality control system. It has received many patents and is willing to share its world-patented technologies for all human beings.
Ecoyaa’s mission is to remove elements that may be harmful to the human body during the production process and, further, fundamentally get rid to environmental pollutants generated in the production process. To put it into practice, it has gotten all products tested and verified by KOTITI (the Korean Textile Development Institute) and SGS (Soiete Generate de Surveillance). It will continue to do its best to open new dyeing markets, armed with incessant innovation and devotion.