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Water Consumption with 80% Reduction

Posted on June 27th, 2016 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

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Water is a necessity to textile production, however water resources are often limited in many of the countries that rely on the textile industry. Those countries’ populations have experienced negative impacts, such as drinking water contamination, from chemical processing.

As people around the world become more cognizant of the hazards and potential hazards of our industrial processes, the demand for more sustainable, eco-friendly alternatives increases. Demand for sustainability has required companies and innovators within the industry to step up to the challenge, implementing processes that allow for the reduction of water consumption during manufacturing, as well as other advantages such as reduced CO2 admissions.

Reading this article you will learn more about:

  • The textile industry’s role in water contamination and overconsumption
  • How one company developed improved dyes that better adhere to fabric
  • How this innovation reduces the use of water resources while increasing capacity

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