textile industry water Articles

  • Textile Industry Water Use and Treatment

    As the industry turns toward sustainability, decentralized water reuse has potential to reduce ‘virtual water’ toll The textile industry is water-intensive throughout its many processes: sizing, desizing, mercerizing, scouring, bleaching, printing, and finishing. Beyond processing, water ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Environmental Profile of the Textiles Industry

    Introduction The EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing information on selected major industries. These notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data, have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the EPA. What will you find in this ...

  • Blue and grey water footprint of textile industry in China

    Water footprint (WF) is a newly developed idea that indicates impacts of freshwater appropriation and wastewater discharge. The textile industry is one of the oldest, longest and most complicated industrial chains in the world's manufacturing industries. However, the textile industry is also water intensive. In this paper, we applied a bottom-up approach to estimate the direct blue water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Textile Wastewater Treatment - An Application to Sustainably Reuse Water in the Textile Industry - Case Study

    The textile industry is a water consumption intensive industry. Water is utilized for cleaning the raw material, and for the different steps in the textile dyeing process. Due to the effects of water scarcity and stricter environmental regulations, the cost of fresh water utilization has increased worldwide. In addition, the textile industry is faced with pressure by government regulators to ...

  • Wastewater Treatment Plants for the Textile Industry

    The textile industry demands a significant amount of water , especially in the dyeing process, giving as result a complex wastewater that requires particular attention. Panta Rei has built a strong experience in this sector, and over the years it has become our core business and our specific area of expertise. We have installed water and wastewater treatment plants for some of the largest ...


    By Panta Rei Srl

  • Biodegradability of industrial textile wastewater – batch tests

    Following new trends we applied oxygen uptake rate (OUR) tests as well as long-term tests (in two batch bioreactors systems) in order to assess the biodegradability of textile wastewater. Effluents coming from a dyeing factory were divided into two streams which differed in inorganic and organic contaminants loads. Usefulness of the stream division was proved. Biodegradation of the low-loaded ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • What is the textile effluent treatment?

    Water is the most wonderful gift of nature. Water is most useful and abundant compound in the earth. Water is not only essential for human lives, animals, plant lives but also has a unique importance in industries. The textile industry uses water very intensively. Water is the main principle medium in the textile industry to apply dyes and various finishes. Thus the ...

  • An outline of textile wastewater treatment

    The issues of wastewater are not restricted to any particular industry. Almost every sect including textile, manufacturing, and food processing industry are going through the harsh situation of wastewater, and with the implementation of versatile technologies, different organisations are trying their best to eradicate the soaring volume of wastewater.  The textile industry is ...

  • Textile Recycling - What can be done with old clothing and other textiles?

    Hand in hand with other sustainable actions being taken to protect our globe, the importance of recycling old clothing and textiles is increasingly being recognized. Consumers, non-profit organizations and even fast-fashion companies are taking steps towards a more environmentally friendly textile industry, enabling recovery for reuse or material recovery. ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Screw Press Solusi Limbah Textile

    Industri Textile merupakan industri yang sangat strategis di Indonesia Saat ini, Kebutuhan pasar yang semakin meningkat menjadikan sebagian besar masyarakatmenggeluti usaha ini, Para Pengusaha di industri textile semakin memperbaharui teknologi mereka dalam produksi textile. Selain itu salah satu hal yang memungkinkan menjadi sebuah masalah dalam produksi textile adalah pengolahan limbah textile ...


    By Grinviro Biotekno Indonesia

  • Efficiency evaluation of textile basic dye removal from water by nanofiltration

    Industrialization and urbanization have resulted in rapid deterioration of water quality. The scientific evidences prove that the effluents released from different industries e.g. textile, leather, paint etc. comprise of different hazardous and toxic compounds, some of which are known carcinogens and others probable carcinogens. The emergence of industrial centers without a corresponding growth ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Incorporating sustainability in textile effluent treatment facilities

    Sustainable development encompasses environmental, social and economic considerations. As such, the stakeholders include industry, government, individuals and communities. When designing or operating an industrial plant, it is insufficient to consider only the economic viability of the facility. This paper examines the background to current sustainability awareness and presents a case study that ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Textile Dyeing Brazil Waste Water Treatment Treatability Jar Test

    Textile Dyeing Brazil Textile Dye Wastewater Jar Test This facility dyes material and this is a sample of their red dye wastewater. The pH was 10.46 and Floccin 1108 was used at a dosage of 2 grams/1,000 ml (16.7 lbs ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Treatment of textile wastewaters using Eutectic Freeze Crystallization

    A water treatment process needs to recover both water and other useful products if the process is to be viewed as being financially and environmentally sustainable. Eutectic Freeze Crystallization (EFC) is one such sustainable water treatment process that is able to produce both pure ice (water) and pure salt(s) by operating at a specific temperature. The use of EFC for the treatment of water is ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • What Is Industrial Wastewater Treatment?

    Industrial progress has helped economic and social growth to a large extent, whereas, it has also created the major problem of environmental pollution at the same time as well. Industrial pollution is one of the major concerns of industries and environment protection agencies worldwide. The technical advantages have assisted the industries to reduce water pollution to a certain level. ...

  • Electrocoagulation Wastewater Treatment – An Application To Sustainably Reuse Textile Wastewater

    The textile industry is a water consumption intensive industry. Water is utilized for cleaning the raw material, and for the different steps in the textile dyeing process. Due to the effects of water scarcity and stricter environmental regulations, the cost of fresh water utilization has increased worldwide. In addition, the textile industry is faced with pressure by government regulators to move ...

  • Membrane filtration and sonication for industrial wastewater reuse

    This paper presents an experimental study aimed at estimating the efficiency of the innovative process of ultrafiltration (UF) combined with sonication (Son.) for the refinement of treated effluent to be reused in wet textile processes. Such a novel approach, which has not yet been employed on a full industrial scale, has been experienced at pilot scale on the secondary effluent of the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Industrial pollution scenario due to discharge of waste water effluents along Dombivali Industrial Belt of Mumbai, India - a physico–chemical study

    The paper deals with the study of physico–chemical parameters of industrial effluents discharged from different manufacturing industries situated along the Dombivali Industrial Belt of Mumbai, India. From the results it was observed that the conductivity, salinity, cyanide, TS and COD content of the effluents released from dyeing industries were maximum having the respective values of 23,287 ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Removal of Congo red from textile wastewater by ozonation

    Congo red, which has a complex molecular structure with various diazo aromatic groups, is widely used in textile industry as an anionic dye. The purpose of this study was to investigate the degradation of Congo red in laboratory solution which had the chemical properties of the rinse waters of textile manufacturing dye-houses and the samples ...

  • Dye removal from textile industrial effluents by adsorption on exfoliated graphite nanoplatelets: kinetic and equilibrium studies

    The concept of physical adsorption was applied for the removal of direct and reactive blue textile dyes from industrial effluents. Commercial graphite nanoplatelets were used as substrate, and the quality of the material was characterized by atomic force and transmission electron microscopies. Dye/graphite nanoplatelets water solutions were prepared varying their pH and initial dye ...


    By IWA Publishing

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