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Sustainability

PERFORMANCE DAYS, Munich

Tuesday 03rd November 2015

15:45

Presentation Area next to the PERFORMANCE FORUM

Nowerdays, sustainability has become a very important key factor for the end-consumer at the point of sales. But what starts with a green fibre in a factory, has lots of further aspects. One of them is the fact that the consumers washing and drying is two thirds of the environmental impact of a product. So how can the textile supply chain and the brands reduce the human footprint? One option is the anti-odor add-in to the fibre. Learn how this saves water, time, energy and money.

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About the orator

Mr Peter Sjösten

Polygiene

Vice-President

Peter Sjösten started in the Pharmaceutical Industry where he worked internationally in all different areas from sales to management and mentoring. When he started at Polygiene, it was clear to him how important anti-odor products are for the human health. During the last 5 years, Peter got to know the textiles and sportswear industry very well.


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