Jeanologia, world leader in sustainable and eco-efficient technology development, announces the launch of Colorbox, a revolutionary technology for garment dyeing that transforms the traditional way that garments are colored into an efficient and speedier process that respects the environment.
Dyeing is one of the most harmful operations in the garment business, as well as one of the most expensive. Jeanologia is dedicated to developing a textile business that is both ethical and environmentally friendly. This new technique allows for a more efficient and sustainable alternative, marking a watershed moment in the textile industry.
Colorbox minimizes the environmental impact of garment dyeing by minimizing resource use and wastewater pollution.
The company provides sophisticated technical solutions to the industry through the appropriate combination of Jeanologia technologies, ensuring superior production results at lower environmental and production costs.
Enrique Silla, CEO at Jeanologia, said that Colorbox uses significantly less water, chemicals, energy, and salts than traditional garment-dyeing processes, allowing for a low EIM score. The average saving for water and chemicals is 60 percent, 45 percent for energy, and 76 percent for salt in garment dyeing.
The cost of repeatability is the most significant cost of garment dyeing. Colorbox allows for flawless reproducibility the first time, as well as high-quality goods and shorter manufacturing periods. Jeanologia develops a new garment dyeing operational paradigm that is both environmentally friendly and cost-effective. This method allows for product dyeing not just at the start of the process, but also at any point during the manufacturing process, allowing for quick response to customer demands.
Silla describes that this allows them to minimize product color decision-making deadlines, reducing lead time to between two weeks and 48 hours in comparison to the 18 weeks required in previous processes.
Jeanologia has released the results of its annual ecological saving count, which quantifies the quantity of dirty water that is no longer dumped into rivers and seas thanks to its technology, in honor of World Water Day on March 22.
In 2021, Jeanologia boosted the amount of water saved to 18,215,000 m3, which is enough to supply one million people's annual water use.
In addition, Jeanologia has assessed carbon emissions reduced by their technique for the first time. The planet has been spared 83,800,000 kg of CO2 emissions by 2021. This is the amount of carbon caught by 100,000-acre woods, which is comparable to the amount of carbon eliminated by 5 million trees.
The company is working to achieve its MissionZero goal of eliminating 100 percent of waste generated in the manufacture and finishing of Blue Jeans, from the fabric through the completed garment, lowering water use to near zero, and returning clean water to nature.
Jeanologia's objective has been to use revolutionary technology and know-how to create an ethical, sustainable, and eco-efficient industry since 1994. The textile business has been transformed by their laser, G2 ozone, e-flow, Smart Boxes, Colorbox, and H2Zero. They provide limitless design and garment finishing options while conserving water, energy, and chemicals and reducing discharge and hazardous emissions.
Through its ten divisions, the organization employs 257 Jeanologists from 27 different nationalities and serves clients on five continents. Its machinery and services are exported to 68 nations, accounting for 90% of its total billing. Jeanologia's innovations are used in over 35 percent of the 5 billion pairs of jeans produced worldwide each year, and the world's largest market brands trust the company's technology.
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