BLUESIGN

Founded in 2000 in Switzerland, Bluesign is a leading sustainability solutions provider for a safer and cleaner textile industry.

Summary

With 690+ system partner companies, bluesign® SYSTEM connects chemical suppliers, manufacturers and brands around responsible production, responsible use of resources and responsible chemistry. Textile industry’s impact on people is an important focus for Bluesign where through the implementation of the bluesign® SYSTEM, it ensures that both workers and consumers are safe through eliminating hazardous chemicals from the very beginning. With continued partnership, Bluesign provides an actionable roadmap to chemical suppliers, manufacturers and brands to reduce impact on people and planet.
Founded in 2000, the bluesign® SYSTEM functions as a sustainable textile production solution that eliminates harmful substances from the beginning of the manufacturing process, and later sets and controls standards for an environmentally friendly and safe production. This not only ensures that the final textile product meets very stringent consumer safety requirements worldwide, but also allows brands in the outdoor, sportswear and fashion industry to offer sustainable products to their consumers.

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