Environment protection and hazards associated with textile industries and products
Polimery 1994, No 11-12, 667
The following three topics have been discussed: (i) the conditions under which textile products are harmless and comfortable to users; (ii) the ways to render textile-making processes, especially finishing processes, less harmful (and also to reduce the consumption of chemicals, energy and water per aproduction unit); (iii) recycling and pro-environmental reuse of textile waste and wear products. Methods for studying harmful effects of textile products have also been described.
If you are interested in full versions of articles, please contact the editorial team of email@example.com