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Archroma ‘DEEP SOUL’ sustainable jeanswear collection

Archroma ‘DEEP SOUL’ sustainable jeanswear collection with fabric processed by PT Badjatex. It used PAD-OX G2 Cold technology developed by Archroma and Jeanologia. On final garment, this will use 65% less water, 48% less carbon footprint and the improvement of EIM score up to 35%.

Figure: DEEP SOUL used PAD-OX G2 Cold technology developed by Archroma and Jeanologia. Courtesy: Archroma 

Sustainable manufacturing with DEEP SOUL system

The unique technology Pad-Ox G2 Cold in partnership with Jeanologia allows significantly increase productivity by reducing 20% process time, 89% less water consumption, 46% less energy consumption and 32% less CO2 consumption.

Creating elegant denim with minimal resources and maxim quality

DEEP SOUL uses a system for overdyeing denim and woven fabrics for trendy wash-down looks using much less water and energy. Also pre-reduced liquid dyestuffs with minimal sulfide content.

DEEP SOUL’s uses a dye range compliant with the strictest official eco-standards and requirements from retailers and fashion leading companies. With unique selection of blues to obtain Indigo look. Dyes are manufactured in Archroma’s eco-certified plant nearby Barcelona (Spain).

DEEP SOUL has received the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute‘s Gold Level Material Health Certificate.

Products used in compliance with ZDHC, bluesign®. Making DEEP SOUL jeans safe to use, safe to discharge and safe to wear.

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