Understanding the problem is the first step towards a solution! Keep scrolling to educate yourself about the wastewater produced by the consumer goods industry and how it affects us all.
This is a compilation of fact sheets from 2012 describing training programs, internships and mentoring programs that help new operators enter the water and wastewater industries, as well as enhance the skills and knowledge of experienced operators. SOURCE: EPA
This is a paper written in 2006 that provides a brief synopsis of the content and applicability of the environmental policies and legislation dealing with industrial pollution of water, soil, and air in Bangladesh.
This is an academic journal article from 2016 that presents different treatment methods to treat textile wastewater along with the cost per unit volume of treated water. Treatment methods discussed in this paper involve oxidation methods (cavitation, photocatalytic oxidation, ozone, H2O2, fentons process), physical methods (adsorption and filtration), biological methods (fungi, algae, bacteria, microbial fuel […]
This is a document created by the ZDHC in 2019 that sets a single, unified expectation across the textile and footwear industries for wastewater discharge quality. ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) is a group of apparel and footwear brands and retailers working together to lead the industry towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals. SOURCE: […]
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