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Published on Thursday, 05 February 2015

‘Transformers’ key to denim sustainability

Written by Tommy Lee

AMSTERDAM – This April’s Amsterdam Denim Days show will stage a one-off conference which will look at how the denim sector can improve its sustainability credentials by 2029. ‘Kingpins 2029, the Transformers’ will see the likes of Archroma, Jeanologia, Bayer and Lenzing, discuss topics including water usage in denim processing, finishing, and alternative fibres. Show organisers Kingpins say the ‘transformers’ at the conference are organisations which recognise they “must evolve and invent new and better ways to do everything, from making dye stuffs to making fibers, weaving fabrics to laundering and finishing and everything in between.”


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