Collection of standards surrounding wastewater treatment systems.
The ZDHC Programme has identified four key areas and two cross-cutting areas which are critical towards eliminating hazardous chemicals from the global textile, leather and footwear industries.
Source: Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE)
Comprehensive report including discussions on the the predicament regarding textile wastewater discharge, centralized treatment of said wastewater, and evaluation of textile brands.
Source: US Environmental Protection Agency
Outlines resources that can be used to design and implement an OWQM system.
This chapter includes an overview of the main technologies for the textile wastewater treatment, from the conventional physico-chemical and biological treatment to the more recent membrane bioreactors. Their efficiency and feasibility are discussed as well as the possibility of reuse.
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This paper provides a critical review on the current technology available for decolorization and degradation of textile wastewater and also suggests effective and economically attractive alternatives.
Source: US Department of Energy
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