Sustainable color you can trust
With a commitment to sustainable business practices, Sensient continues to set the standard for environmentally friendly printing technology. Our new generation of digital inkjet technology delivers reductions in water, waste and energy usage while enhancing color quality, durability and precision.
- Innovative water-based
inks allow for printing directly on polyester, removing the waste from
transfer paper and residual ink
- For food applications,
our vertically integrated business model means we grow our own natural and
organic ingredients as part of our seed-to-shelf strategy, providing food
manufacturers with quality natural colors
- Textile manufacturers
can achieve significant reductions in water usage and the need for
wastewater treatment compared to conventional textile manufacturing
- All of our raw
materials are part of a detailed supply chain traceability program with
robust environmental screening. By obtaining our raw materials directly from
the source, transportation emissions are reduced
- Our inks are compliant
with principles of sustainable textile manufacturing with the ECO
PASSPORT OEKOTEX® certification and are in line with the Zero
Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) program
For textile applications, switching from screen to digital printing can reduce up to 97% water and save up to 50% energy. Our portfolio of water-based inks can take environmental benefits one step further.
only do our products have the potential to dramatically reduce water
consumption and pollution generated during processing, they also dramatically lower
our customers’ energy use and related emissions.
From food to textiles, packaging to industrial, the markets we serve are under increasing pressure to reduce the environmental impact of their operations and move towards a greener and safer future.
Our understanding of the chemistry of color is driving breakthrough innovations in digital inkjet technology that reach new heights of performance, consistency and color, while meeting sustainability requirements.