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Protecting water quality
On average, an estimated 100 to 150 litres of water is needed to process 1 kg of textile material, with some 28 billion kilos of textiles being dyed annually.
The rise of ZLD in India
Wastewater management is crucial to attain sustainability at all levels. How do you rate India in this aspect compared to some countries in Europe and Asia, from your experience and perspectives? How can one compare the effluent management practices in India with other developing countries.
A.T.E.’s contributions to India’s sustainable development
A.T.E. had the foresight to envisage the urgent need for an alternate eco-friendly technology that would provide cooling and comfort. So, it invested in a nascent technology, about 12 years ago, that has today revolutionised the concept of cooling.
Innovating Tech-styles Over 1700 Exhibitors from 46 Countries
Industry 4.0 and sustainability are the two big elements, which will be vying for attention of the textile industry from the 46 countries, who will be queueing up to witness the technological innovations of over 1,700 exhibitors at the ITMA Barcelona from June 20 to 26, 2019.
From tie-ups to manufacturing, A.T.E.’s giant leap for growth
A giant never sleeps. Neither does he rest on laurels! Like the A.T.E. It all began with agency tie-ups close to eight decades ago, ushering in new eras for the Indian textile industry, which now covers across the textile value chain.
Sludge drying: HUBER shows the greenest way!
Around 15 years back, India embarked on its journey towards Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) for industrial units. Though ZLD units seemed far-fetched in the early days, today India has set an example for the world by successfully implementing ZLD projects in many States.
HUBER, A.T.E. Envirotech join hands
JV to manufacture HUBER products in India catering to high-demand markets of India and Bangladesh. HUBER SE, Germany, a global leader in the field of water, etc.