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A Study on zero liquid Discharge of Textile Sector in India. Viz Orders of Honorable high Court of Madras

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Abstract

Textile Sector in India is bringing foreign exchange. Foreign Exchange Reserves in India increased to 16573.40 INR Billion in December of 2013 from 16138401NR Billion In November of 2013. The textile sector is bringing more foreign exchange than many other sectors. The bleaching & dyeing units are generating trade effluents from their process activities. The Hon'ble High Court of Madras in WP No5494/1998 and 30153/2003 dt.14.7.2007 has ordered in its interim order that all dyeing units shall install electromagnetic flow meters, operate their effluent treatment plants (ETPs) and recover water, properly manage reject and ceases discharge into water body/land and have theirrecords maintained as directed by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board. It means that all dyeing units to provide and operate the Reverse Osmosis (RO) system and Reject Management System (RMS) so as to achieve Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) at Erode and NamakIcal districts. Similar order is issued by the Honeble High Court of Madras to Tirupur district also. The Hon'ble High Court of Madras orders may require certain modifications. The RO and RMS are to be implemented all over India so as to maintain uniformity among the units so as to achieve techno economical feasibilities in their production.

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