Anubha Industries Ltd, an Indian specialist in denim and advanced fabric solutions that manages the entire industrial chain, from the fabric to the finished product, has announced its partnership with bluesign technologies at Kingpins New York. The denim company plans to implement a robust management of chemical products and strengthen its sustainability performance.
The denim firm intends to use only clean chemistry throughout the denim manufacturing process through responsible sourcing using bluesign approved products. The development of an inflow management in the production process will help to achieve standards for a safe production that respects the environment. It will allow them to provide their customers with sustainable products.
The bluesign system gives Anubha the bluefinder, through which you can access a database of chemical substances approved by bluesign to guarantee sustainable, high quality and safe materials.
Joining the bluesign system also allows Anubha to focus on all matters related to the environment, health and safety, and work towards sustainability goals in a very efficient way.
Aditya Goyal, Managing Director of Anubha Industries, said: “We are proud to become a partner in the bluesign system, with a laser-focused approach to increasing the transparency and performance of environmental management, we are determined to further improve the sustainability of our entire supply chain, we are constantly committed to the goal of becoming the most sustainable denim company in India. ”
Jill Dumain, executive director of bluesign technologies, said: “We are delighted to partner with Anubha as our first partner in the denim textile manufacturing system in India, Anubha has demonstrated its commitment to sustainable denim production and we are proud that have chosen bluesign technologies as their partner for the management of chemical products to boost the performance of sustainability.With Anubha, we strengthen our goal of creating a responsible denim supply chain for a more sustainable fashion industry. “( GK)