newer legislations to preserve environment, environment consciousness, and
human rights, scarcity of energy and water has driven R&D efforts in search
of safe substitutes. Steps have been taken at various stages of processing of
textiles to ensure quality of products, especially in the decentralized sector.
Important guidelines for cost saving measures by process modifications and
adopting new concepts based on modern technological changes are also mentioned.
The importance of using eco-friendly dyes and chemicals is also highlighted in
view of latest ban on the export of textiles using such dyes.
the processing of textile in future should be gentle, cost effective and
environment-friendly to the textile material. Innovative and efficient strategies
to achieve these goals are needed. This paper reports various problems in
different stages of processing textile materials and their green solutions
the alternatives by which the problems can be avoided through innovative
techniques and various measures of energy and water conservation which makes
Textile processing ECO-FRIENDLY, COST EFFECTIVE and GREEN in
pollution is a term refers to all the methods by which people pollute their own
environment. It is an undesirable change in various characteristics of the
environment like physical, chemical, biological etc., which causes harmful
effects. Environmental pollution is one of the most serious problems faced by
the mankind. Some laws and regulations need to be formulated by the government
which obligates the manufacturer and individuals to stop or reduce certain
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