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Microban's ZPTech technology gets Bluesign approval
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May '16
Microban International, a global leader in textile odour control and prevention, recently received Bluesign approval, a seal authenticating sustainable textile production, for its ZPTech technology.

The company’s ZPTech technology provides protection against the growth of bacteria and fungi along with mildew, algae, and mould.

Microban received the Bluesign approval for incorporating sustainable processes and technologies in production of its latest technology.

“We are focused on providing our brand partners with technologies and solutions that are sustainable and safe, and providing consumers with products they can trust for everyday life. We worked hard to achieve this approval, reinforcing our commitment to meeting environmental, health and safety requirements throughout the textile supply chain,” said Lisa Owen, senior business director, global textiles, Microban.

The ZPTech technology is used by more than 60 leading sports, athleisure, apparel, and footwear brands. Microban is committed to obtaining Bluesign approval for its textile portfolio including Aegis, Excalibur, Scentry and SilverShield. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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