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Textile Industry and Environment

In this book, the relationship between the textile industry and the environment is examined from four different viewpoints. Recycling of spinning mill wastes, ozone usage that provides less chemical and water utilization, reuse of treated water in the dyeing processes, and approaches in the treatment of wastewaters of dyeing plants and finishing factories are solutions offered to reduce environmental pollution arising from textile production processes. Apart from this, energy management is also a subject that can be associated with the environment, and as a consequence, the possibility of utilizing textile materials to which phase change materials are applied, not only for comfort purposes but also as energy storage materials, means that technical textiles could be a solution for energy storage.

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Textile Industry and EnvironmentEdited by Ayşegül Körlü

Published: April 17th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.75336

ISBN: 978-1-83880-028-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-027-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-137-6

Copyright year: 2019

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7073 Total Chapter Downloads

11 Crossref Citations

1 Web of Science Citations

14 Dimensions Citations


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1. Sustainable Production Methods in Textile Industry

By Miray Emreol Gönlügür


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2. Use of Ozone in the Textile Industry

By Ayşegül Körlü


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3. Chemical and Tinctorial Aspects Related to the Reuse of Effluents Treated by Ozonation in Dyeing Processes

By Pablo Colindres Bonilla


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4. Utilization of Cotton Spinning Mill Wastes in Yarn Production

By Tuba Bedez Ute, Pinar Celik and Memik Bunyamin Uzumcu


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5. Phase Change Materials for Textile Application

By Fabien Salaün


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