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Noble Biomaterials certified as bluesign system partner
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Sep '13
Noble Biomaterials, Inc., the global leader in bacterial management solutions and manufacturer of X-STATIC and X-STATICXT2 technologies, announces it has achieved bluesign system partnership after undergoing stringent bluesign screening.

The bluesign system partnership will assure manufacturers, retailers and consumers that the production of X-STATIC and XT2 fibers is environmentally friendly and committed to the contemporary sustainable textile requirements set forth by the bluesign system.

The independent bluesign system follows a unique approach to minimize environmental impact throughout the production process. Instead of testing finished products, the bluesign system is applied where the production begins.

On-site visits of independent experts certify that companies’ production processes meet five necessary requirements: resource productivity, air emission, occupational health and safety, water emission and consumer safety.

As bluesign technologies performs regular audits, system partners regularly report their progress and must meet improvement goals to maintain their status.

About bluesign technologies ag

Swiss-based bluesign technologies ag was founded in 2000. Since then, the bluesign system has been adopted by worldwide leading textile manufacturers. Various significant key players of the chemical and machine industry apply the bluesign system. Well-known brands of the sportswear and fashion industry rely on the extensive knowledge of bluesign technologies. SGS holds a stake of 80% in bluesign technologies ag.

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