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Wastewater Treatment Technologies

Economic evaluation of salt recovery from wastewater via membrane distillation-crystallization

Treatment of Tea Industry Wastewater Using a Combined Adsorption and Advanced Oxidation Process

Treatment of tea industry wastewater using coagulation-spinning basket membrane ultrafiltration hybrid system

Roadmap to Zero by ZDHC

This is a website for the Roadmap to Zero Programme, which is a global multi-stakeholder initiative of more than 160 contributors within the fashion and footwear industry. Its goal is to protect the planet by reducing the industry’s chemical footprint. Their solutions and guidelines transform how chemicals are used. Their community spreads knowledge and ideas throughout the world. ZDHC is a group of apparel and footwear brands and retailers working together to lead the industry towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals.

SOURCE: ZDHC

Academy by ZDHC

This is a training platform for sustainable chemical management & ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) tools for the textile, apparel, footwear, leather industry. ZDHC is a group of apparel and footwear brands and retailers working together to lead the industry towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals.

SOURCE: ZDHC

Wastewater Treatment System Components and Devices

This is a page on NSF’s website that describes and provides a link to search for NSF Certified Wastewater Treatment Units. NSF is an accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users, and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component, or service complies with the technical requirements of the referenced standard. NSF protocols are similar in many ways to NSF/ANSI standards but do not undergo review and approval by an NSF joint committee.

Sustainable Wet Processing—An Alternative Source for Detoxifying Supply Chain in Textiles

This is a chapter in the book “Detox Fashion” written in 2018. This chapter discusses sustainable wet processing techniques and their environmental impacts in the textile industries.

SOURCE: ResearchGate