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Jeanologia Introduces EIM Software, Eco-Clock

Jeanologia, Spain — a developer of technologies for washing, dyeing and finishing jeans and other textiles — offers two new tools to encourage sustainability in the textile industry.

Environmental Impact Measuring (EIM) software analyzes the environmental impact of a garment finishing process in the individual categories of water consumption, chemical product use, energy consumption and worker health, as well as the impact of the total process. The tool also enables users to compare the environmental impacts of various finishing processes.

The Eco-Clock gives real-time information on water, energy and chemical usage in the denim finishing process. It compares results from conventional processes with those from Jeanologia's processes and calculates the total savings that can be realized by using Jeanologia's processes.

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