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Levi Waterless Jeans Use 28% Less Water, Will Save 16 Million Liters by Spring 2011

November 8, 2010

Thanks to simple changes to the jeans finishing process, each pair of the new Levi’s boasts a water footprint that is 28 percent smaller than most brands.

Thats the equivalent 2,682,119 5-minute showers, 13.4 million toilet flushes, or 84,787 years of drinking water for one person.

Source:
http://www.care2.com/greenliving/levis-new-waterless-jeans-use-28-less-water.html

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