A Fifth of European Textile Waste Could Become New Garments: The Roadmap to Circular Economy of Fashion

Textile waste

Textile waste is a significant environmental issue in Europe. The region consumes a large amount of textiles each year, and a considerable portion of these textiles end up as waste. Today, more than 15 kilograms of textile waste is generated per person in Europe. At least one-fifth of Europe’s textile waste could be reworked into … Read more

Nanoparticles | Green synthesis and applications for Waste Water Treatment

Nanoparticles | Green synthesis and applications for Waste Water Treatment: Nowadays, many countries, particularly in the developing world, grapple with drinking water issues. The world confronts significant challenges in meeting the growing demand for clean water as freshwater supplies diminish due to: Several industries, including paper and pulp, tanneries, cosmetics, and more, discharge toxic effluents … Read more

Crosslink–Chitosan/Activated Carbon Nanomembrane

Nanomembrane Excellence: Unveiling the Potential of Crosslink–Chitosan/Activated Carbon | Chemical and biological contaminants present in environments such as in water sources are a constant concern for human health. Everyday more than 14,000 people die of waterborne diseases [1]. For the betterment of human life, before consumption of water, these pollutants are to be eliminated from … Read more

Difference between traditional fabrics and sustainable fabrics

Introduction Sustainability has arrived in the textile industry. It is about more than the use of organic cotton and better working conditions. The consumption of water, energy and chemicals poses challenges for textile companies at every stage of the value chain. Sustainable business is characterized as an organization that has no negative impact on the environment … Read more

Solution to effluents treatment । Sustainable Wastewater Treatment

Introduction Bangladesh is one of the most promising textile producing countries in the World. With the blooming contribution to the national economy, it, unfortunately, is suffering from some environmental sustainable critical issues. Bangladesh is a riverine country having plenty of water resources. But regret to mention that most of the rivers and canals are becoming … Read more