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Granger's is an ideal bluesign supporter
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Jan '08
bluesign technologies ag announces that Granger's International Ltd launches products that fully comply with the bluesign standard. In doing so, Granger's joins a circle or leading suppliers of textile chemicals to the textile industry as well as chemical consumer products that are dedicated to work with the bluesign standard in their efforts to implement sustainability in their daily operation.

The independent international quality standard serves people and the environment, and identifies a responsibly acting textile industry. It meets the general need to do something about sustainability, so that next generations can benefit from an intact environment, without compromising functionality, quality or design.

“Granger's is an ideal bluesign supporter because their product lines meet all aspects of the bluesign standard. They are proof that high-tech and functional textiles and sustainability are by no means exclusive. In fact, today they go hand in hand,” says Peter Waeber, CEO of bluesign technologies ag.

“We're absolutely delighted that Granger's products have gained this recognition”, says Karolina Jones, Managing Director at Granger's. “The label “bluesign approved” means all risks are minimised and our products pose no hazard to people or the environment, this underlines our commitment to minimise environmental impact.”

Granger's is a technology-based company specialising in cleaners, waterproofing treatments, conditioners and protective finishes for footwear, outerwear and equipment. Established in 1937, Granger's became the first company to produce environment-friendly water-based waterproofing. From their headquarters and manufacturing site located in the UK's Peak District, they develop the world's best and most ecologically sound care and performance treatments.

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