Jeanologia, the Spanish-based company specialising in eco-efficient technologies, has cut down 99 litres of water usage when creating finished garments.
By integrating its technologies, the company hopes to ensure zero emissions, save money, enhance productivity, and achieve sustainable production.
In the production of fabric, G2 Dynamic and Anubis technologies were used to reduce water consumption, chemical consumption, energy consumption, and carbon footprint.
In the production of finished jeans, with the combination of G2 Ozone air-washing machine and eFlow technology, the company removes 80 per cent water and 70 per cent chemicals from the process.
The H2Zero water treatment system, connected to each washing machine, primarily helps to lower water usage.
Carmen Silla, MD at Jeanologia, said the world is facing a water crisis and “as an industry, we have the responsibility to produce using the least resources and eliminate waste”.
In addition, Jeanologia sets the standard for the textile industry in terms of cutting down the use of water and reaching a sustainable process by using the EIM software to measure the environmental impact.
Last year, the company saved more than 19,375,000 cubic metres of water, and eliminated more than 90 million kg of CO2.
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