Environmental Impact assessment of textile industries: control measures, disposal, recycling and future perspectives: A review
Textile industry is a very significant and rapidly growing manufacturing sector and it produces a huge amount of textile effluents becoming the chief cause of water, air, soil and noise pollution. Fabric industrialized sector such as spinning and weaving segment produces ear splitting sound and these are causing audible range trouble to the labour. Textile manufacturing liberates CO and CO2 gases in air which are significantly contaminating the atmosphere. The fabric production procedure consumes large amount of water, energy and various chemicals. The main difficulty concerning the water utilization is the unprocessed squander sewage which is straight released into the water bodies. Textile industry is answerable for the key ecological contamination trouble all over planet, because they liberate unwanted dye sewage. Some approaches have also been addressed in this article which has the potential to mitigate the environmental hazards originating from textile effluents to some degree. Natural dyeing is mentioned as a replacement to synthetic dyes that is both environmentally compatible and cost efficient.