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COLOR CENTER starts Project ECO-DWOR, developed by Color Center in collaboration with INOTEX, IK4-Tekniker and co-funded by the EUROSTARS -2 program of the European Commission.

07/10/18


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The ECO-DWOR project aims at:Noticia_EUROSTARS

  • Manufacturing a novel Fluorine-free Ecological Textile Finishing Agent (based on inorganic nanomaterials and bio-based organic polymers with controlled micro-structure).
  • Optimizing the associated application method to produce textiles with durable water and oil repellency.
  • Combination of different finishing systems for the production of Durable Water & Oil Repellent (DWOR) textiles with advanced functionalities for technical textiles, comfort and sportwear.

The objectives of the Eurostars-2 Programme are to promote market-oriented transnational research activities in any fields of research and development performing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), leading to the placing of new or improved products, processes and services on the market, as well as to contribute to the completion of the European Research Area (ERA) and to increase the accessibility, efficiency and efficacy of public funding for research and development performing SMEs in Europe.

Síguenos en / Follow us in: https://www.eurostars-eureka.eu/

NUCLIS ECO-WOR Project – Eco-design for water and oil repellents

04/5/18


The NUCLIS ECO-WOR Project, developed by Color Center and co-financed by the Government of Catalonia (ACCIÓ, Nuclis R + D Empresarial), has been published as a success story by the WATIFY initiative of the European Commission.

WATIFY is an awareness-raising campaign that stimulates the modernization of European industry. The campaign focuses on the technological transformation of traditional SMEs, promotion of regional digitization and uptake of advanced technologies – notably Key Enabling Technologies. WATIFY seeks to boost the rate of European industrial modernization through increased productivity and efficiency, resulting in improved competitiveness and job creation.

You can download the full story here: https://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/dem/watify/inspiring/watify-success-stories/eco-design-water-and-oil-repellents

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NEW ECO-DESIGNED POLYURETHANE DISPERSIONS FOR THE TEXTILE SECTOR (ECO-PUD)

03/1/18


02/2017, CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial) has approved the project “NEW ECO-DESIGNED POLYURETHANE DISPERSIONS FOR THE TEXTILE SECTOR (ECO-PUD)“. This project is led by Color Center, S.A. in collaboration with Leitat Technological Center and consists of the development of a new range of waterborne polymer dispersions for application in the field of advanced textile coatings. This research work focuses on the ECO-Design of high-performance polymers based on Bio-Building-Blocks, free of heavy metals and cosolvents harmful to health and the environment.

For more information please visit the following links:

https://www.cdti.es/index.asp

http://leitat.org/

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COLOR CENTER receives certification ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® and ZDHC for 2018

02/21/18


E1NM6NC7_COLOR CENTER_V3Color Center receives the authorization ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® and ZDHC for 2018, this allows us to use the OEKO-TEX brand, thus obtaining the certification of some of our most representative products in category 3.1 (finishing products). This means that our certified products can be used in sustainable textile production. Likewise, the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Programme accepts ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® certification as an indicator of conformance with the Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL) in connection with the ZDHC Gateway– Chemical Module. The ZDHC’s MRSL covers chemical substances that are limited or banned from intentional use in the production of apparel and footwear materials and trim.

You can download the complete certificate in PDF here: Certification ECO-Passport

Project RESET

03/17/17


Color Center participates in the 3rd Meeting of Stakeholders within the framework of the RESET Project, held at the Alcoi headquarters of AITEX, one of the partners of the project led by the City of Prato (Italy).

In this third meeting, a series of good practices were presented around Theme 3 of the RESET project: Sustainable Chemistry and chemicals reduction.

RESET (RESearch centers of Excellence in the Textile sector) is an Interreg Europe project whose main objective is to improve regional policies and promote a more sustainable approach to production in the Textile and Garment sector. This includes the creation, management and improvement of Research & Development and Innovation infrastructures necessary for the development of more ecological and sustainable textile products and processes. More information at http://www.interregeurope.eu/reset/

EEA-GRANTS 2014-2015

01/27/16


On December 31, 2015 Color Center concluded the technical developments in the frame of ECO-DESIGNED FLAME RETARDANTS FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY(ECO-FR) project. This project has enabled the creation of a range of ECO-designed flame retardants (halogen-free, formaldehyde-free and antimony-free) with an improved toxicological profile in comparison with the existing traditional solutions in the market. This research project has been approved and financed by the European Economic Area Agreement (EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) in cooperation with CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial) as operator in Spain. ECO-FR project took off last July 2014 , currently some of the developments are under industrial scale and sales promotion (link to leaflet ECO-FR). Extensive applied research carried out under this EEA-Grants project together with the large number of (nano)materials tested allow us to offer customized  fireproofing solutions, technically feasible and environmentally friendly.

For more information, please visit the project website at the following links:

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PROJECT ECO-FR

07/25/14


As part of Color Center, S.A.’s commitment to the environment, the company is involved in the design of new flame retardants for textile finishing with an improved ECO-Toxicological profile. The main milestones of the ECO-FR project consist on providing ECO-Designed flame retardants (bromine-free, formaldehyde-free, and antimony-free). This research project has been approved and financed by the European Economic Area Agreement (EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) in cooperation with CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial) as operator in Spain. ECO-FR project took off last July 2014 with a kick-off meeting in Madrid.

For more information, please visit the project website at the following links:

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