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Bluesign to debut new resource sustainability tool
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Jun '15
At its conference to be held on July 13-14, 2105, Bluesign Technologies said it will debut what it called a revolutionary tool, which will bring resource productivity to the next level.

“This tool is a collaborative effort of the responsible industry and will support the basic concerns and demands of NGO’s, brands and retailers,” Bluesign informed in a press release.

“This tool is also a clear answer to increasing demand for better resource utilisation through optimised process management in the textile production, including efficient chemical management,” it added.

According to Bluesign, the new resource tool represents a next step to reach a significantly more sustainable product.

With the help of this tool, it is possible to work with chemical products of all Bluesign chemical system partners.

“This allows the textile finishing industry to optimise their processes not only regarding harmful substances but at the same time also regarding resource consumption,” it observed.

“This integrative step is a milestone in the history of textile processing and it will support the textile industry’s sustainability efforts to reduce the resource consumption dramatically,” Bluesign noted.

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,” it explained.

Bluesign Technologies AG was founded in 2000 and since then, the Bluesign system has been adopted by worldwide leading textile manufacturers. (AR)

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