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Textile units to get greener by embracing EcoSafe solutions

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May '08
A product launching ceremony on EcoSafe Solutions of Advanced Enzyme Technologies Limited (AETL) was hosted in Dhaka for the textile processing industry.

A number of new eco-friendly enzymes based solutions were introduced at the event which can replace the harmful chemical like Caustic Soda, Chlorine bleaching agents and surfactants, in a cost-effective and easy way.

The central theme of this event was on 'green' processes that helps reduce effluent load and saves energy. Textile industry is expected to reap benefits from cost savings of about 25 percent depending on the plant, process and finish after using enzyme based solutions.

Speaking at the program, CL Rathi, Managing Director, AETL said, "We spent close to eight months understanding this market and have designed customized solutions as per the primary market need. We are very encouraged by the fact that our products have done exceedingly well which shows that the textile industry is welcoming eco-friendly solutions."

Bangladesh houses over 1,000 textile processing units including garment and knitting processing units. Experts have anticipated the industry to grow by 22 percent which will make the country's economy grow by leaps and bounds.

Presently, one of the foremost plans of the company is to expand its market domain in Bangladesh for which it seeks to establish formulation and manufacturing facilities in the country with the help of local partners.


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