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NGT slams SPCB over water pollution in Baddi
The Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has come down heavily on the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) for lack of action on violators of water pollution.
Rudolf Group transforms PET waste into textile
According to Dirk Sielemann, R&D director, Rudolf Group, recycled PET bottles, in the form of washed flakes, can be the raw material for the manufacturing of some of the textile auxiliaries.
Microfibres: The macro menace
Microfibres are shedded out of garments during washing of textiles. They enter aquatic food chain and ultimately impact human life. Understanding the pattern of microfibre release and eliminating the resultant contamination of water is a major challenge, says Dr Ashok Athalye and Sharan Shetty.
Indian textile industry to adopt wastewater management
Centre for Responsible Business and Alliance For Water Stewardship and Water Management Forum organised a workshop to share the benefits of wastewater management in the textile industry. This will help the climate too.
Textile units blamed for polluting Luni River
Constant contamination of groundwater and the Luni River in Rajasthan’s Barmer by the textile units in the Bhituja Industrial Area, has forced a joint committee to investigate the matter.
Maha HC stays show-cause notice to 62 textile units
The Bombay high court (HC) recently stayed notices issued by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) to 62 textile units in Malegaon that refused to grant consent to operate the units.
Pollution Board to set new norms for textile paddy straw
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) will develop new standards and emission control norms for the textile industry to cater to the emerging ecological challenges and strengthen environmental compliance.
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