bluesign: Transformers Foundation gets suppor...

Transformers Foundation gets support

Daniel Rüfenacht (Source: bluesign)
Daniel Rüfenacht (Source: bluesign)

The most significant issues in denim manufacturing occur in the dyeing and laundry processes where the highest amounts of water, energy, and chemicals are used. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of bluesign, Daniel Rüfenacht, has joined the Founders Board at the Transformers Foundation, a non-profit organization representing a unified voice for the denim industry accelerating more sustainable practices.
» I look forward to contributing to the Transformers Foundation's efforts and enhancing bluesign’s focus on our clean denim goal.«
Daniel Rüfenacht, CEO, bluesign

As a global leader in sustainable solutions with a focus on mitigating hazardous chemical use through Input Stream Management across the textile supply chain, bluesign technologies ag, St. Gallen/Switzerland, together with the Transformers Foundation, New York, NY/USA, aims to link chemical suppliers, textile manufacturers, garment makers, and laundries together with the brands to foster a healthy, responsible, and profitable textile industry.
The Transformers Foundation was founded in 2020 to provide a platform to the jeans and denim supply chain, and a central point of contact for consumers, brands, NGOs, and media who want to learn more about ethics and sustainable innovation in the industry. It brings together innovators, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders to foster collaboration and innovation, drive research and development, and promote education and awareness about the issues facing the denim industry.

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