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Control Union seminar to focus on sustainable future
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Sep '17
The seminar curated by Control Union-India will focus on roadway to sustainable future. The seminar titled 'Textile Dyes & Chemicals-Roadway to Sustainable Future' is scheduled to be held on September 14, 2017 in Ahmedabad. The event will witness eminent speakers presenting views on legislation, chemical management and sustainability among others.

The one-day seminar will bring together bright minds to give talks that are sustainable-focused, and on a wide range of subjects in textiles, to foster learning, inspiration. Various topics will be covered at the seminar including sustainability in dyeing process, reduction at source for sustainability, meeting compliance and ZDHC norms with effluent treatment technologies, GOTS criteria for inputs and global acceptance, etc.

Control Union operates in the field of logistics, quality, certifications and risk management. It covers all aspects of the supply chain in many industries including sustainability, textiles, agriculture, energy and forestry. (RR)

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