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Jeanologia launches H2 Zero

A revolutionary technology to completely eliminate discharge in the textile industry

Jeanologia celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and to commemorate, has launched the new technology, H2 Zero, contributing to the complete dehydration and detoxification of the textile industry. Furthermore, it will allow Jeanologia to continue an annual growth of 50% for the next three years in its ecological income statement.

Jeanologia H2 Zero
Figure: Jeanologia’s H2 Zero technology hits another milestone taking a step further in championing the detoxification and dehydration of the textile industry.

Jeanologia stands out as the first European company to bring into effect an ecological income statement through which it measures cubic meters of contaminated water that do not go into rivers and seas.

Enrique Silla, CEO, Jeanologia, has highlighted that “2018 has been a record year during which we have become technological partners to big companies so that together we can make advances in changing the textile industry.”

2018 has been a record year during which we have become technological partners to big companies so that together we can make advances in changing the textile industry.

Enrique Silla, CEO, Jeanologia

Save 30 cubic meters of water a day

For World Water Day, Jeanologia highlights that in 2018 10,651,000 cubic meters of water were saved, 27% more than the previous year; equal to the amount needed for the annual consumption of 584,000 people, according to the World Health Organization’s recommendations.

During the past year, Jeanologia has achieved the perfect integration of hardware and software, making a set of technologies available to companies that allow for a sustainable production going from the material to the finished garment.

Also Read: Jeanologia presented their revolutionary eMark 5 software at the Bangladesh Denim Expo 2018

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