Jeanologia presents at Munich Fabric Start a collection produced with techniques and formulas focused on energy, water and chemicals saving, while avoiding releasing waste into the environment.
The fundamental behind the technology is that production and ecology can go hand-in-hand and that, one does not have to sacrifice products to be green. The simple message is - We can make a beautiful product in a sustainable and environmental cost saving way.
That is possible thanks to EIM software developed by Jeanologia that calculates the water, chemical, energy used and the worker-health impact for each garment finishing process.
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