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Jeanologia presents sustainable collection with Argentina’s Santista

Jeanologia has combined laser, ozone and eflow, with which it is possible to reduce the consumption of water, energy and chemicals by 60-70 per cent .The company will present this, at Indigo Fest in Buenos Aires. It has developed a fashion collection in a sustainable way with fabrics from Santista Argentina,

Jeanologia applied l light PP, which replaces spraying of permanganate potassium and the light scrapper, which replaces sanding, thus avoiding manual practices that are harmful to the worker. In addition, with the eflow technology the use of pumice stone has been eliminated.

The environmental impact of the collection has been analyzed with the EIM (Environmental Impact Measurement), the company’s software that measures the consumption of water, energy and chemicals in the production process. In this way, all garments in the collection have an EIM score of low environmental impact, since they have managed to reduce water use by 70 per cent and chemicals by 60 per cent, thus contributing to the zero incidence in the environment.

Jeanologia’s intention has been to increase the production capabilities in Argentina, especially in the denim sector, providing advisory services and cutting-edge technology to improve efficiency and end finishes. The Spanish company has been involved in increasing sustainability in denim production since 1993, maintaining respect to workers' health and the environment as a guiding influence.