Time for textile industry to adapt modern technologies to save water

Related Keywords: backbone of developing economies, contribute to better environment, digital printing, incorporate new technologies, innovative sustainable products, most water dependent, remain competitive, save water and energy, Textile Industry, waterless dyeing technology

Mumbai
Time for textile industry to adapt modern technologies to save water
Summary: 
The textile industry, one of the most water dependent industries is also the backbone of many developing economies. With the incorporation of new technologies such as waterless dyeing technology, digital printing etc can help conserve water and help mills remain competitive while reducing their dependence on water and contributing to a better environment.

The textile industry, one of the most water dependent industries is also the backbone of many developing economies. With the incorporation of new technologies such as waterless dyeing technology, digital printing etc can help conserve water and help mills remain competitive while reducing their dependence on water and contributing to a better environment.

http://www.business-standard.com/content/b2b-chemicals/modern-technologies-can-help-textile-industry-save-water-paul-hulme-115032300242_1.html
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Waterless textile dyeing technologies to help diminish pollution in textile industry

Related Keywords: AirDye, American enterprises, ColorZen, Dutch company, DyeCoo, textile dyeing sector, Textile Industry, wastewater, waterless dyeing technology

USA
Waterless textile dyeing technologies to help diminish pollution in textile indu
Summary: 
The world’s most polluting industries is the textile-dyeing sector, which in China and other Asian nations discharges trillions of liters of chemically tainted wastewater. Each year, one global industry gulps down trillions of liters of fresh water, together with massive amounts of chemicals. The wastewater from that industry is then dumped, often untreated, into rivers that bring its toxic content to the sea, where it spreads around the globe.

The world’s most polluting industries is the textile-dyeing sector, which in China and other Asian nations discharges trillions of liters of chemically tainted wastewater. Each year, one global industry gulps down trillions of liters of fresh water, together with massive amounts of chemicals. The wastewater from that industry is then dumped, often untreated, into rivers that bring its toxic content to the sea, where it spreads around the globe.
 

http://www.wateronline.com/doc/waterless-textile-dyeing-technologies-reduce-toxic-pollution-0001
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