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Sustainable denim: Lifecycle Assessment
Neha Arora and Dr Seema Sekhri provide a comprehensive review of pollution caused during denim manufacturing process and how sustainable practices can be adopted to reduce the environmental pollution.
Dope-dyed fibres: An eco-friendly solution
By adopting the dope dyeing process, less chemicals and energy are needed as the process is short and less waste water is generated, infer Ajay Sardana and Amit Dayal.
CHTC Fongs pathway to success in Indonesia
CHTC Fong exhibited their premier products—THEN AIRFLOW SYNERGY 8, MONFORTS FONGS MONTEX 6500 stenter, SUPERWIN, etc.—at IndoIntertex 2014, which was held at Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Indonesia, on 23-26 April, 2014.
Reducing water footprint in textile industry
The dyeing process isnt the only major water consumer, but growing crops and many other industrial processes consume significant quantities of water, assert Pratibha Thapa and Preeti Sodhi Thakur.
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