Application of green technology to treat fibrous (textile) waste and recycling of used chemicals for reutilization of similar waste

Cleaner Engineering and Technology(2023)

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Industrial factories, especially textile mills, usually release untreated waste into the environment. These textile industries produce large volumes of waste that harms the environment and humans. Waste treatment procedures are expensive. However, foreign buyers choose companies with waste-treatment facilities or ecologically friendly methods. In this study, color was extracted from discarded textile fibers using colorimetric analysis, and then synthetic fiber components were recycled using eco-friendly processes and materials. There was also an evaluation of the regenerated chemicals' ability to treat analogous garbage. Samples processed with both new and recycled chemicals were found to be free of color and synthetic components, providing strong evidence that the recycled chemicals are just as effective. The treated materials passed safety testing showing no traces of Azo or Formaldehyde. As a result of the waste treatment process, the samples were in an appropriate state, having lost their color and all synthetic components. Because their physico-mechanical qualities were not altered by the treatment, the samples may be safely discharged into the environment or used as a raw material in the textile industry's spinning division to make fresh yarn. Chemicals originally used to treat fibrous debris were recycled and put to good use in a circular process that saved money in the long run. The method used to treat textile industry fiber waste is feasible for widespread implementation, which is both practical and helpful in the fight against environmental degradation.
green technology,recycling,textile,waste,reutilization
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