M&J Group’s leading facility Genesis aims to explore new business possibilities in China through innovative and sustainable developments, showing the interconnections between quality production and a truly responsible approach, one that must also become socially conscious.
The main long-term goal of the company remains to reach a “near zero” input of fresh water in the process, contributing to manage this precious resource at its best.
It has also decided to set up a Mini Fire Brigade Station in its campus in Bangladesh in collaboration with the Fire Service and Civil Defence of Bangladesh.
The company recently obtained two prestigious LEED Platinum certifications and was granted the LEED Earth certificate for its washing facility in June 2019. This washing facility recycles 50 per cent of treated effluent from WWTP/ETP (Wastewater Treatment Plant). The treated effluent is recycled directly in the garment washing process, thereby reducing fresh water requirement by 50 per cent. This improvement is important because it allows reductions in costs while keeping the garment price the same, saving lots of water as well.