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Jeanologia garment technology saves 15mn litres water/day
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Mar '12
22nd March, World Water Day, and the Spanish company Jeanologia who specializes in garment finishing, informed that G2 is a water friendly technology which contributes to the conservation of this natural source.

Already over 150 machines throughout the world are saving 15,000,000 liters of water daily, sufficient to provide 75,000 people with enough water per day. Enrique Silla says that “by 2015 with the sales forecast of G2 technology, we will be saving enough water for a staggering 10,000,000 people per day.

Consumption of water per person & per day is based on an average of 200 liters, which includes drinking, personal hygiene and household use such as washing clothes and home cleaning.

Bern Kolb, CEO of the prestigious Think Thank Club de Marrakesh has stated that in year 2030 the demand of water for human consumption will be 40% more than that of today. This constitutes an enormous challenge for industry, especially the textile industry.

This is the reason why, Jeanologia, a company highly conscious of the environment, has developed all its technologies ethically, ecologically and efficiently. The company is especially sensitive to the lack of water on our planet and is preparing a new launch to the market of yet another new technology - E-Soft based on nano-bubbles which treats garments to soften them with minimal water usage and virtually no residues.

E-Soft transforms the air in the atmosphere into nano-bubbles which allows 98% water saving, along with a reduction of 79% in energy and 80% chemical products. E-Soft makes garment softening possible to soften without using water or chemical allowing on top of this, a considerable saving in energy compared to traditional processes.

Enrique Silla stated “our company has been able to pass on our ethical and ecological value to important labels that are now using our technology on their garments.” Levi´s are using it on their “waterless” jeans, the chain store Jack & Jones have used it with their “Low Impact Denim”, Pepe jeans London used it to launch their free water line “True Blue”, Italian label Replay not only use the ozone but also Jeanologia laser technology. The multinational Hindu Klran have launched their “Saving Water” collection using G2 machinery and the famous designers Marithe and François Girbaud who in 2000 initiated the own personal crusade against the use of water in their collections.

Jeanologia counts not only on its e-Soft technology, in 2009 it launched its highly successful ecofriendly washing machine G2, which uses oxygen + ozone to “fade” jeans and sport garments, which processes textiles without water or chemicals.

Moreover Jeanologia has also promised to help those less fortunate by donating a proportion of its profits to projects in Africa to give fresh drinking water to villages which currently have no access to this vital comfort. 2011 saw the digging and construction of Jeanologia 1 + 2, fresh drinking water wells in Zogo, one of the poorest areas of Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso. And in 2012 have prospected for four more, providing the inhabitants of this area with 36,000 liters / day of clean water for.

Enrique Silla is really grateful to all clients + customers of Jeanologia for using G2 technology to help reducing water usage throughout the world and thanks them also, for helping to bringing clean fresh water the these villages in Africa.

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