• A Workbook for Pollution Prevention by Source Reduction in Textile Wet Processing Workbook, written in 1988, and presenting pertinent ideas for waste and waste source reduction in textile wet processing. Author: Brent Smith.
  • Advanced Treatment of Textile Wastewater and its Cost by H2O2/UV Oxidation Process Abstract of a technical paper presented at the R '99 Conference about an investigation of various parameters to evaluate their effect on the process removal efficiency of COD and color. Full paper available upon registration. Authors: Chih-Hsiang Liao, Ming-Chun Lu, and Ying-Hsien Yang.
  • An Overview of Textiles Processing and Related Environmental Concerns Technical paper presenting an overview of the textile wet processing and finishing industry and its major sources of environmental contamination. From Greenpeace Research Laboratories. Authors: A. Walters, D. Santillo and P. Johnston.
  • Best Management Practices for Pollution Prevention in the Textile Industry Technical manual for best management practices for the prevention of pollution in the textile industry. From the US Environmental Protection Agency. Document of 443 pages. [PDF]
  • Bioremediation of Textile Effluent Using Phanerochaete Chrysosporium Technical review, summarising the available information in the use of the white rot fungus for bioremediation purposes in textile wet processing and dyehouse processes, and including an assessment of the current state of technology. Authors: N.U. Asamudo and others.
  • Brominated Fire Retardants and Endocrine Disruption Scientific article published in Pure and Applied Chemistry, investigating the potential hazard for the environment posed by the increasing use of brominated fire retardants in textiles and polymers. Authors: Joseph G. Vos and others.
  • Byssinosis among Jute Mill Workers Study published in Industrial Health, reporting the confirmation of the occurrence of byssinosis, a respiratory condition caused by airborne dust, in jute mill workers. Authors: Bhaskar P. Chattopadhyay and others.
  • Clean Technologies in U.S. Industries: Focus on Textiles Brief overview of the US textile industry, with an emphasis on efforts to incorporate pollution prevention and clean technologies into its manufacturing operations.
  • Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment: Professional Fabricare Processes Internal and external peer reviewed 1998 paper from the US Environmental Protection Agency, outlining environmentally friendly options in textile and garment processing and cleaning technologies. Project manager: Lynne Blake-Hedges.
  • Cleaner Technology Transfer to the Polish Textile Industry Technical report in text and PDF files, presenting the results of a survey of the Polish textile industry and the identification of options for pollution prevention and resource savings. From the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Cotton Textile Processing: Waste Generation and Effluent Treatment Technical paper discussing waste production in textile desizing, mercerizing, bleaching, dyeing, finishing and printing processes, and electro-oxidation, bio-treatment, photochemical and membrane technologies as advanced methods of effluent treatment. From the Journal of Cotton Science. Authors: B. Ramesh Babu and others.
  • Design for the Environment. Part I Title page of the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, containing disclaimer, acknowledgments and index.
  • Design for the Environment. Part II Acronyms and abbreviations in the Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes.
  • Design for the Environment. Part III Introduction to and executive summary of the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes.
  • Design for the Environment. Part IV First chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), providing an introduction and a description of the background of the CTSA and its relationship to the broader garment and textile care program, and a users'guide.
  • Design for the Environment. Part V Second chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), providing an overview of the professional fabricare technologies covered in the CTSA.
  • Design for the Environment. Part VI Third chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), describing possible health, environmental and safety concerns related to clothes cleaning processes and the chemicals used therein.
  • Design for the Environment. Part VII Fourth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), addressing the releases to the environment, and human and environmental exposures to chemicals that may result from dry and machine wet-cleaning operations.
  • Design for the Environment. Part VIII Fifth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), integrating the hazards, dose-response and exposure assessments for several major clothes cleaning processes into a risk assessment for each of the cleaning processes.
  • Design for the Environment. Part VIIII Sixth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), presenting performance data associated with the various fabricare cleaning alternatives.
  • Design for the Environment. Part X Seventh chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), evaluating the costs of running a professional clothes cleaning business, including rent, basic operating expenses, equipment and labor.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XI Eighth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), describing some US federal regulations that may effect the various fabricare alternatives analysed in this document.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XII Ninth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), focusing on techniques that may be employed by fabricare operations to prevent pollution, reduce chemical consumption and minimize waste.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XIII Tenth chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), summerising much of the information presented throughout the CTSA.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XIIII Eleventh chapter of the Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment (CTSA), describing new technologies under development involving substituting solvents coupled with modifications to existing machinery, or the use of new machinery.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XV Appendix A to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, discusing the physical nature of specific chemicals used in dry and machine wet-cleaning operations.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XVI Appendix B to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, providing further background on the development of hazard profiles and determination of the concern concentration.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XVII Appendix C to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, reviewing the available human health hazard data for each chemical and process associated with commercial clothes cleaning.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XVIII Appendix D to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, presenting dose-response assessments for dry-cleaning and machine wet-cleaning chemicals.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XVIIII Appendix E to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, containing release and exposure methodology and data.
  • Design for the Environment. Part XX Appendix F to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Technologies Substitute Assessment for professional fabricare processes, providing a summary of external technical peer reviews.
  • Dyeing Reactive Dyes Using Less Salt Short technical paper presenting new formulas to facilitate utilizing less salt during the process of exhaust dyeing of fiber reactive dyes. Author: Clyde B. Anderson.
  • Ecotextiles: The Way Forward for Sustainable Development in Textiles Collection of 23 papers from the Ecotextile 2004 Conference held at the University of Bolton, exploring recycling and the use of waste as raw materials in the textile and carpet industries. Edited by M. Miraftab and A.R. Horrocks.
  • Energy Conservation in the Textile Industry Technical manual on energy saving technologies in the textile industry, designed for plant-level engineers and operators in the developing countries. From the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
  • Energy Reduction Options for the Domestic Maintenance of Textiles Technical paper discussing options for energy reduction in domestic textile cleaning processes. Authors: Diana Uitdenbogerd and Kees Vringer.
  • Environmental Audit and Introduction of Multiple Cleaner Production Measures: Goulburn Wool Scour Abstract of an article about the efforts of the Goulburn Wool Scour Company invested in cleaner production technologies, using information technology to measure, monitor and report on environmental performance. Full article available upon registration.
  • Environmental Guidelines for the Textile Industry. Technical article presenting guidelines for the reduction of chemical waste and contaminated air emissions in textile wet processing stages. From the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency.
  • Environmental Management System Demonstration Project Final report from 1996 on NSF International's EMS Demonstration Project focusing on the implementation of the ISO 14001 Standard on wastewater management by 18 different companies. Author: Craig P. Diamond.
  • Environmental Performance Evaluation of the Textile Wet Processing Sector in Turkey Technical paper describing research conducted to develop, monitor and evaluate environmental performance indicators (EPI's) for the Turkish textile wet processing industry. Authors: S. Alanya and others.
  • Environmentally Benign Preparatory Process - Introducing a Closed Loop System Outline of a research project in cotton wet processing, aiming to accomplish all aspects of preparatory finishing by means of non-toxic enzymatic treatments in a closed-loop procedure. Team leader: G. Buschle-Diller.
  • Enzymatic Bleach Cleanup in Cotton Dyeing Case study of the Dutch Institute for Applied Environmental Economics (TME), describing the technique of using enzymes (Terminox Ultra) to replace chemical agents in bleach neutralization prior to the dyeing of cotton fabrics.
  • Fundamental Studies for the Utilization of Carpet Waste Technical paper describing a National Textile Center research project aimed at developing technologies and applications for the reuse of carpet fiber wastes in industrial environments. Investigators: M. Polk, S. Kumar and Y. Wang.
  • Health Aspects of Flame Retardants in Textiles Study aiming to describe the critical properties and conditions which form the basis of a health risk evaluation of flame retardants used to impregnate textiles, and to develop a draft of new health standards on textile flame retardants. Prepared by the Seibendorf Research Center for the Austrian government.
  • Identification and Listing of Deferred Dye and Pigment Wastes Summarization of findings and data used to support proposed regulations for wastes generated by certain processes in the dye and pigment manufacturing industry. From the US Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Identification and Reduction of Pollution Sources in Textile Wet Processing Technical paper about the identification of pollutant sources in textile wet processing, and suggestions of some management strategies by which source reduction can be accomplished. Author: Brent Smith.
  • Industry Overview of Textile Manufacturing Article about possible hazardous wastes produced during dyeing and finishing processes in the textile and floor covering industries.
  • Investigation of Color Removal by Chemical Oxydation for Three Reactive Textile Dyes and Spent Textile Dye Wastewater Master of Science thesis on research investigating various methods of decolorization of spent textile dye wastewater, and presenting predictive models of wastewater effluent for the treatment processes. Author: Jessica C. Edwards.
  • Manual Handling in the Textile Industry Guide to the causes of physical injuries from incorrect handling of materials and products in the textile industry. Risk assessment and prevention, and technical solutions to specific problems. From the UK Health and Safety Commission's Textile Industry Advisory Committee.
  • OSHA Textiles A collection of articles, fact sheets, documents, standards, directives and studies dealing with safety and health issues associated with the textile industry. Links to the US Environmental Protection Agency's Sector Notebook Profile of the Textiles Industry. From the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Pollution Prevention Studies in the Textile Wet Processing Industry Investigation of pollution prevention opportunities in the textile wet processing industry, through audits at a commercial laundry, yarn processing, dyeing and finishing plants, and a cotton dyeing and finishing plant. Authors: Ilse Hendrix and Gregory Boardman.
  • Preliminary Industry Characterization: Fabric Printing, Coating and Dyeing Draft paper published in 1998 by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), providing an outline of national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants for the textile fabric printing, dyeing and coating industry.
  • Preliminary Industry Characterization: Fabric Printing, Coating and Dyeing National emission standards for hazardous air pollutants for the textile fabric printing, dyeing and coating source category, as they are currently being developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Preliminary Industry Characterization: Fabric Printing, Coating and Dyeing Draft paper of the US Environmental Protection Agency about the development of national emission standards for hazardour air pollutants for the textile fabric printing, coating and dyeing industries.
  • Printing, Coating and Dyeing of Fabrics and Other Textiles Technical support document from the US Environmental Protection Agency describing the methodology and conclusions of the maximum achievable control technology (MACT) floor analysis for coating and printing of fabrics and textiles, aimed at limiting hazardous air pollutants during application and curing.
  • Salt Requirements Put Pressure on Wet Processing Plants Technical paper about possible solutions for a more effective management of salinity in textile wet processing. Author: Dr. Fred L. Cook.
  • Source Reduction of Chlorinated Slovents One of twelve reports which evaluate the opportunities for source reduction of chlorinated solvents in twelve specific industries, focusing on the textile wet processing industry.
  • Textile Quality and Biotechnology Memorandum of Understanding for the implementation of an European Concerted Research Action, with the objective of developing environmentally friendly production technologies for the textile industry by using enzymatic processes.
  • The Future of Pollution Prevention Review of present practices and an analysis of future needs and opportunities forpollution prevention, as an alternative to costly waste treatments in the global textile wet processing industry. Author: Brent Smith.

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