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Jeanologia shows sustainably-made garments at Munich Start
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Feb '14
Spanish Company Jeanologia, world leading in sustainable technologies for textiles, in cooperation with Munich Fabric Start Exhibition, presents “Greendustrial Times”. 
 
Jeanologia, was recently awarded with WSGN Global Fashion Awards, as best sustainable design team in the world, will present during the  4th and 5th February at Blue Zone Hall, in Green Zone space, a five unique garment collection produced with sustainable technologies such as laser, ozone and nano-bubbles. 
 
Garment processing route was monitored by EIM software that allows savings in water, chemicals and energy obtained using sustainable technologies by Jeanologia.
 
Regarding this cooperation with the exhibition organization, Enrique Silla, President of Jeanologia stated that: “German market is aware and conscious of ecological processes, wants sustainable fashion in collections, and that is because, Jeanologia, presents in this exhibition the new collection in order to show German market that, through sustainable processes such as laser and nano-bubbles, a new, trendy, unique, and easily reproducibly product can be obtained. Definitely a production model that is efficient, sustainable and cost- reducing.”
 
Silla has also stated that "In the twenty-first century the textile industry is changing. Design and ecological techniques have been integrated to achieve more eco-friendly jeans but without losing appeal"
 
He added, "Thanks to EIM software and Jeanologia technologies, we can say that product and ecology are possible, and we do not have to sacrifice the product to be green, a vintage and fashionable product can be done in a sustainable way, without harming the environment and without increasing production costs"
 
EIM is a software, developed for a cleaner, sustainable and aware of the importance of health in textile workers. It is an environmental impact measuring software specific for the garment finishing industry, created to provide laundries, brands and garment finishers with a tool that helps them to build sustainable process in its productions. 
 
Furthermore, EIM helps brands to work together with its production centers, regardless of the country of production, following all the same parameters for creating collections that respect the environment.
 
Laser, G2, E-soft: Ecological technologies for garment finishing
Jeanologia, developed the textile laser 20 years ago, reproducing jeans wear and tear avoiding the use of harmful techniques that could damage health of the workers, allowing important savings of energy, water, chemicals and time. 
 
In addition, eco-G2 uses ozone washing and oxygen from the atmosphere, allowing washing clothes with savings of over 60% in water and energy and about 85% in chemicals.
 
Also, E-soft technology softens garments with nano bubbles, saving 80% of softener and 98% water. E-soft uses no chemicals and removes entire discharges to the environment.

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