The textile sector has a high water demand. Its biggest impact on the environment is related to primary water consumption (80-100 m3/ton of finished textile) and waste water discharge (115-175 kg of COD/ton of finished textile, a large range of organic chemicals, low biodegradability, colour, salinity). Therefore, reuse of the effluents represents an economical and ecological challenge for the overall sector. A user-friendly technique to improve the environmental performances of textile finishing enterprises is pursued with the BATTLE project presented in thispaper.

Best available technique for water reuse in textile SMEs (BATTLE LIFE Project)

Mattioli, D.
2007-02-01

Abstract

The textile sector has a high water demand. Its biggest impact on the environment is related to primary water consumption (80-100 m3/ton of finished textile) and waste water discharge (115-175 kg of COD/ton of finished textile, a large range of organic chemicals, low biodegradability, colour, salinity). Therefore, reuse of the effluents represents an economical and ecological challenge for the overall sector. A user-friendly technique to improve the environmental performances of textile finishing enterprises is pursued with the BATTLE project presented in thispaper.
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