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Jeanologia debuts EIM in Bangladesh to produce sustainably
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Jun '15
Jeanologia which specialises in the development of sustainable technologies for garment finishing is helping the textile sector in Bangladesh to become sustainable with its Environmental Impact Measuring (EIM) software.

“This is the first software in the world, which measures environmental impact and allows laundries and garment finishing processers to carry out a more sustainable activity,” a Jeanologia press release said.

Jordi Juani, Jeanologia area manager of Asia Central, will present this tool at the ‘Bangladesh Water PaCt’, to be held in Dhaka.

Specifically, Juani will participate in a session on ‘Enhancing Supply Chain Collaboration for Sustainable Wet Processing’.

He will explain that using EIM, it is possible to save huge amounts of water, chemicals and energy in addition to respecting health of employees.

“EIM is a great contribution to the denim industry because it assesses environmental impact by calculating the consumption of water, energy, chemical use and impact on the health of workers,” it added.

“The EIM software also enables professional laundry and textile brands to optimise both their washing processes and production costs,” Jeanologia informed.

"EIM helps brands to work with its production centers across various countries, following all the same parameters for creating their collections in a way that respects the environment," president Enrique Silla said.

He added that it is essential that the denim industry become aware of the importance of protecting the environment through technological advances that allow creation of vintage collections by respecting environment.

"The future of the textile industry lies in integration and sustainable design techniques and developing good products that respect the environment," he too informed.

Jeanologia further informed that currently brands such as Jack & Jones, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger and G-Star use the EIM software in its production centres around the world.

Since 2013, Jeanologia has started a training centre in Bangladesh specialised in laser technology and ozone to improve health conditions of workers.

In its commitment to an ethical and responsible industry, this initiative has been introduced to take care of health of operators and also save the environment.

The centre is a training and demo center of laser and ozone technologies, teaching how to process jeans while ensuring health and safety conditions for workers and also by respecting the environment.

Its laser, ozone and e-flow systems have revolutionised the textile industry offering endless design and finishing possibilities on garments while saving water, energy and chemicals, eliminate waste and harmful emissions.

Moreover, the use of these techniques enables automation of the finishing processes of garments and the development of sustainable production that reduces costs and increases productivity in the textile sector. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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