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Jeanologia showing zero discharge denim finishing at ITMA
Oct '15
Jeanologia, a specialist in sustainable technologies for garment finishing is displaying the 'The Zero Discharge Production Center', the first jeans finishing plant that guarantees zero water discharge.

“ZeroØ technology recycles 100 per cent of the water used, eliminating the need for water treatment and also the use of pumice stone,” a Jeanologia press release stated.

“The Zero Discharge Production Center will revolutionise the textile industry because, for the first time ever, a denim treatment plant will achieve zero waste,” it said.

This is due to the efficient combination of Jeanologia's three technologies; the light of the laser; wet and dry Ozone G2 and the nano bubbles of the reactor flow.

The combination of the company's laser, G2, and Eflow technologies reduces water consumption by 90 per cent, use of chemicals by also 90 per cent and energy consumption by 50 per cent.

For Jeanologia's CEO, Enrique Silla, the introduction of the ZeroØ represents a revolution in the textile industry because; Jeanologia has managed to transform the way that jeans are produced.

It first did so, by way of technologies that reduce the use of water, chemicals, and energy and taken it a step further with its ZeroØ technology, which recycles the water used and eliminates any waste.

“The denim industry currently uses around 350 million cubic metres of water and Jeanologia's intelligent treatment plant ZeroØ, will achieve water saving of 315 million cubic metres,” it stated.

Jeanologia believes that by 2020, 80 per cent of global production will be generated by zero discharge centres.

The Spanish company's clients cover the five continents, and its exports of machines and services account for 90 per cent of its turnover.

It sells its products in 45 countries, including; USA, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Tunisia, Portugal, India, China, Russia, Japan, Morocco, Bangladesh, Turkey, and Vietnam.

The market's leading brands, such as Levi's, Polo Jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch, Edwin Japan, Pepe Jeans, Diesel, Hilfiger Denim, Salsa jeans, Jack & Jones and Replay use Jeanologia technology. (AR)

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