SWITZERLAND: Bluesign And Schoeller Launch Eco-Friendly Textiles
Bluesign Technologies, a Switzerland-based consortium dedicated to promoting and facilitating environmentally sustainable, toxin-free textile production, has announced the launch of a line of polyester fabrics made entirely without the use of environmental toxins. Schoeller Textil, also based in Switzerland, produced the new line. This new production process lowers energy consumption by 85 per cent and water consumption by 75 per cent, Bluesign said in a press release.
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