This item is in: Textile > Environmental technology and managementWater recycling in textile wet processing
J K Skelly
Water recycling presents a global challenge to the textile wet processing industry, which, like many industries using large volumes of water, produces an effluent requiring specialist treatment before discharge. Recycling of aqueous dyehouse effluent is of growing interest as the cost of water and effluent treatment rises and water becomes an increasingly scarce resource. In this innovative book, contributions to the subject have been provided by a range of experienced international authors. Many case studies are included describing examples of different water recycling systems on specific sites, illustrating practical application of the techniques being discussed. Each chapter is an individual approach by an authority from a particular country. Diversity of discussion has been encouraged, yet despite this range of views, the reader will be impressed by how frequently common conclusions are drawn to different aspects of the subject.
ISBN 0 901956 80 5
ISBN-13: 978 0 901956 80 4
256 pages 234 x 156mm hardback
£110.00 / US$185.00 / €130.00
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