Jeanologia/Anish India: Sustainable garment f...
Jeanologia/Anish India

Sustainable garment finishing plant led by women


The world's first sustainable and zero waste garment finishing plant 100% driven and managed by women has been launched by the supplier of sustainable technologies for garment finishing, Jeanologia, Paterna/Spain, and Anish India Exports (AIE), Gurugram/India, an apparel manufacturer company. Jeanologia and AIE have been working together for 21 years, and the sustainable laundry 5.Zero plant is an innovative project to transform India’s apparel industry and provide equal work opportunities to women.

Both companies met on World Womens Day, March 8, 2021, to celebrate the goals that they set as part of their vision towards 2025.
AIE Laundry 5.Zero is the first garment finishing plant that combines Jeanologia’ s technology guaranteeing zero discharge and obtaining 85% saving in water. This operational center produces sustainably on an industrial scale by efficiently combining the technologies Laser, G2 ozone, e-Flow, Colorbox and the first water recycling system H2Zero; eliminating all the processes that are harmful for workers and the environment.
With Laundry 5.Zero, AIE contributes to drive and lead the change in India, empowering women and establishing a new operational model that brings the industry into the digital era, achieving low impact developments, 98% recycled water and zero waste production, contributing to achieve Mission Zero goal: dehydrate and detoxify the denim industry by 2025.

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