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Stitch World July, 2012

The textile industry is believed to be one of the biggest consumers of water. In conventional textile dyeing, large amounts of water are used both in terms of intake of fresh water and disposal of wastewater. On average, an estimated 100-150 litres of water is needed to process 1 kg of textile material, and with some 28 billion kg’s of textiles being dyed annually, it requires no great minds to figure out how much water can be saved annually which otherwise will be consumed by the industry. Hence, the elimination of process-water and chemicals would be a real breakthrough for the textile dyeing industry. Team StitchWorld discusses in…

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