You need JavaScript to view this

Environmental management system case study: textile wet processes

Abstract

Textile industry is one of the oldest industries, it started very early in the ancient ages, its grows and improves gradually at the first and then rapidly to satisfy other different need of the mankind, even for luxury purposes, this development caused damage to environment, then its need the treatment. Textile wet processes used significant quantities of water and various kind of chemicals marketed under the name textile auxiliaries, to enhance the appearance of the fabric, serviceability, and durability. The chemical contamination of textile wet processes can be a health risk for the mill workers, consumers and for the environment as well. A number of schemes have been proposed in different countries to control the textile wet processes to create better environment and protect the ecosystem from further degradation, the developing countries need to apply their designed policies from the beginning. A theoretical study for probability of application of environmental management system in textile industry, to prevent or eliminate textile industry pollution that considered as one of the largest polluters in Sudanese environment, especially after the government (industrial ministry) support and facilitate to textile industry development. Applying environmental management system can appreciably reduce the textile industry pollution as founded from  More>>
Authors:
Nasreldin, A A [1] 
  1. Engineering Researches and Industrial Technologies Council, Sudan Academy of Sciences, Khartoum (Sudan)
Publication Date:
Oct 15, 2008
Product Type:
Thesis/Dissertation
Report Number:
INIS-SD-358
Resource Relation:
Other Information: TH: Thesis (M.Sc.); 11 refs., 2 tabs
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; CONTAMINATION; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY; HEALTH HAZARDS; MANAGEMENT; NUMERICAL DATA; PERSONNEL; POLLUTION; RISK ASSESSMENT; SUDAN; TEXTILE INDUSTRY; WASTE WATER
OSTI ID:
21219279
Research Organizations:
Sudan Academy of Sciences, Khartoum (Sudan)
Country of Origin:
Sudan
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: SD0900020087827
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form; Also available from Sudan Atomic Energy Commission, Khartoum (SD)
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
40 pages
Announcement Date:
Nov 05, 2009

Citation Formats

Nasreldin, A A. Environmental management system case study: textile wet processes. Sudan: N. p., 2008. Web.
Nasreldin, A A. Environmental management system case study: textile wet processes. Sudan.
Nasreldin, A A. 2008. "Environmental management system case study: textile wet processes." Sudan.
@misc{etde_21219279,
title = {Environmental management system case study: textile wet processes}
author = {Nasreldin, A A}
abstractNote = {Textile industry is one of the oldest industries, it started very early in the ancient ages, its grows and improves gradually at the first and then rapidly to satisfy other different need of the mankind, even for luxury purposes, this development caused damage to environment, then its need the treatment. Textile wet processes used significant quantities of water and various kind of chemicals marketed under the name textile auxiliaries, to enhance the appearance of the fabric, serviceability, and durability. The chemical contamination of textile wet processes can be a health risk for the mill workers, consumers and for the environment as well. A number of schemes have been proposed in different countries to control the textile wet processes to create better environment and protect the ecosystem from further degradation, the developing countries need to apply their designed policies from the beginning. A theoretical study for probability of application of environmental management system in textile industry, to prevent or eliminate textile industry pollution that considered as one of the largest polluters in Sudanese environment, especially after the government (industrial ministry) support and facilitate to textile industry development. Applying environmental management system can appreciably reduce the textile industry pollution as founded from the study.(Author)}
place = {Sudan}
year = {2008}
month = {Oct}
}