Francisco Sans is committed to a sustainable future, without once again causing the relocation of our industrial production due to economic needs, "The consumption that should prevail at all levels is that of the own, manufactured in Spain and in Europe"
The company Mascarillas Béjar participated last week in the forty-sixth edition of the symposium of the historic Spanish Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AEQTC), for the existence of a green textile future.
Francisco Sans, CEO of Mascarillas Béjar, was in charge of closing the activities with a round table in which the efficient response for the existence of a green future in the textile industry was addressed. Sans remembered that "Sustainability needs an urgent change in mentality, without this change in habits and consumption, without valuing the national product above the price as the only scale, something that was being the general norm until now, it will be difficult for us to achieve the sustainability values necessary to save our ecosystem of the future".
The CEO of the company that manufactures its masks in Béjar, stated that we must bear in mind "that it is necessary to learn from past mistakes and not let the industry sink again, prioritize investment in its own and that the institutions support the regeneration and industrial reinvention of Spain again"."For us, quality in sanitary textiles is vital, and although we have a dedicated R&D department that analyzes and makes it possible to reconcile recycling and sustainability of our impact as industrialists on current life and nature, as is logical, prima health prevention and the nature of our products that protect life above any aspect that lowers quality even if it is sustainable"said Francisco Sans.
For Béjar Masks, "ehe sustainable future involves being able to raise awareness of change among consumers and institutions, but always also being able to recycle our industry without again causing the relocation due to economic needs of our industrial production, for this the consumption that should prevail in all levels is that of the own, manufactured in Spain and in Europe".