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Bluesign presents insights of blueXpert at ITMA
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Nov '15
For the first time, Bluesign technologies is showcasing the new and revolutionary resource productivity calculator blueXpert, in hall 08, booth F107 at the ongoing ITMA fair in Milan.
 
Visitors to the eight-day fair can find out how their processes can be optimised in terms of resource savings and environmental impact using intelligent process technology and smart chemistry from verified chemical suppliers, the company said in a media release.
 
Bluesign launched blueXpert in collaboration with the leading textile chemistry industry during the fourth bluesign conference in July this year. As the new milestone in the history of a resource efficient textile production, the web-based application enables textile manufacturers to save resources, time and costs and reducing the impact to the environment and people at the same time.
 
The resource productivity calculator considers conditions existing in the textile plant as well as specific chemicals and materials that are used in manufacturing, and are compared to Best Available Technique (BAT) processes. “The benchmarks show savings and environmental impact immediately and give a well-grounded basis for decision-making,” according to Bluesign.
 
The use of intelligent processes and smart chemistry will reduce the consumption of water by 50 per cent, of energy by 30 per cent and of chemicals by 15 per cent, and blueXpert is the supporting application to achieve these goals.
 
As a solution for a sustainable textile production, the bluesign system eliminates harmful substances right from the beginning of the manufacturing process and sets and controls standards for an environmentally friendly and safe production. This not only ensures that the final textile product meets very stringent consumer safety requirements worldwide but also provides confidence to the consumer to acquire a sustainable product. (RKS)
 

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