The Thai International textile manufacturing plant in Perunurai, discharges significant volume of wastewater each day. The pH level must be controlled to meet requirements for safe discharge. This modern textile dye facility processes cotton fabric using color dye stuffs and proprietary chemicals.

The ammonium mix process is sustainable because it converts municipal solids into a product that fertilizes crops.

The meat processing industry is entering uncharted waters as governments worldwide introduce carbon pricing regimes and expand community awareness about which industries are posing environmental challenges in terms of air and water purity. Meat processing - including cattle, sheep, pig and poultry plants will attract attention as we move further into the current decade, both in terms of its energy use to produce steam and hot water, for example, and for quality of its wastewater and its emissions to air.

This review presents biological treatment methods for petroleum refinery wastewater, their applications, advantages and disadvantages. It covers refinery wastewater characteristics, different categories of biological treatment systems (suspended, attached and hybrid growths) and comparison between each system with conventional activated sludge process.

Reverse osmosis (RO) with polyamide membrane of spiral wound and precipitation with commercial sodium carbonate were studied to remove hazardous substances [chromium(III), sulfate, chloride and sodium] contained in a tanning wastewater. RO removed chromium(III) very efficiently (99.83%) and with lower but appreciable yields the other three constituents of liquid effluent. Major inconvenience of RO was fast decrease of permeate flux due to insufficient transmembrane pressure used. In turn, 99.71% of chromium(III) was separated with precipitation.

Special task force tea-ms of the Pollution Co-ntrol Board inspected 23 hospitals on Tuesday in Hyderabad. Ninety-six hospitals with 100 beds or more have been targeted for inspection this week.

The textile dyeing and washing industry plays an important role in the economical growth as well as the environmental sectors of Bangladesh. The textile dyeing industries has been condemned as being one of the world’s most offenders in terms of pollution. There are many dyeing industries in Bangladesh which are mainly located at Gazipur and Narayanganj industrial area. This study was aimed at the dyeing industries to assess the present situation of environmental impacts arising from the activities of dyeing industries in Bangladesh.

Tirupur, the textile knitwear hub of India discharges about 100 MLD of dyestuff effluents with high salt content and multi colored effluents from as early as 1990s. It flanks and pollutes the Noyyal river course rendering it as a virtual effluent course as rainfall is hardly for 15 days only in a year.

Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) Chairman K S Pannu in a press statement on Sunday claimed that following the stringent directions by the board that came with warnings of strict action in case

A laboratory scale hybrid-UASB reactor was used for the treatment of sugar industry waste water fabricated from acrylic pipe of 100 mm external diameter and 90 mm internal diameter.