A. Richard Horrocks's Ecotextile ’98: Sustainable development PDF
By A. Richard Horrocks
The edited papers which include this e-book have been awarded on the foreign convention, Ecotextile ’98, which was once organised together by way of Bolton Institute and the British fabric expertise workforce.
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The running costs are of the order £4500 per week for chemicals adding approximately 5p cost per metre of fabric dyed and finished. A schematic layout of the treatment system is shown in Figure 3. Effluent Heat Ex. Filter pH Discharge to River I I ~-----------------------------------------------------------~ Solids to Landfill Figure 3: Commercial Effiuent Treatment System - Tourist Area Aerobic vs Anaerobic Digestion Conventional biological treatment systems have concentrated on the activated sludge approach to reducing BOD and COD within textile trade effiuent.
There has been a considerable shift to using recyclable containers. WASTE MINIMISATION IN PRACTICE A recently completed short-term project involving eight participating companies has already realised savings of the order of £370,000 with a potential for more than double this if all the recommendations are implemented. This saving alone is equivalent to an increase in turnover of more than £12 million. The total potential savings in terms of reduced waste have been identified as: • 42 tonnes less of solid waste to landfill • 5 million kWh reduction equivalent per annum • Elimination of 170, OOOm3 /year of demand for water • Elimination of 900m3 per annum of liquid waste for off site disposal.
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Ecotextile ’98: Sustainable development by A. Richard Horrocks