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<ul><li><p>NPTEL Syllabus</p><p>Environment Management in TextileIndustry - Web course</p><p>COURSE OUTLINE </p><p>Definition of ecology and ecological balance, waste and pollutant;Environmental management and role of textile industry; International and Indianlegislation and enforcing agencies in pollution control.</p><p>Sequential and integrated waste management approaches; Environmentalimpact along the textile chain from fibre production to disposal, toxicity ofintermediates, dyes and other auxiliaries.</p><p>Pollution load from different wet processing operations i.e; preparatory, dyeing,printing, and finishing; Textile effluents and their characterisation, pollutioncontrol monitoring parameters, Technology and principles of effluent treatment -primary, secondary, tertiary.</p><p>Advanced colour removal technologies, Recovery and reuse of water andchemicals ; Air and noise pollution and its control ; Eco-labelling schemes,Criteria and permissible limits, Analytical testing of eco and environmentalparameters.</p><p>Eco friendly textile processing and waste minimisation- process modification;low liquor techniques, advanced textile processing techniques like Plasma , safe&amp; ecofriendly dyes and auxiliaries, organic cotton , natural dyes, naturallycoloured cotton ,Solid (fibre &amp; polymer waste) recycling - direct extrusion,densification, recovery of monomers ,energy recovery and chemical modificationof fibre waste.</p><p>Environmental Management Systems - ISO 14000, certification and criteria,Industrial hygiene and safe working practices, Concept of carbon footprints.</p><p> COURSE DETAIL</p><p>S.No. Topics No. ofLectures</p><p>1 General : Definition of ecology and ecological Balance,waste and pollutant , environment management; and roleof Textile Industry.</p><p>1</p><p>2 International and Indian Legislation and pollution controlEnforcing bodies.</p><p>1</p><p>3 Waste management approaches. 2</p><p>4 Environmental Impact along the textile production chainfibre production to disposal.</p><p>3</p><p>5 Toxicity of dyes, intermediates and auxiliaries. 3</p><p>NPTELhttp://nptel.iitm.ac.in</p><p>Textile Engineering </p><p>Pre-requisites:</p><p>Textile Chemistry : pretreatment,dyeing and finishing.</p><p>Additional Reading:</p><p>1. Standard Methods for theExamination of Water andwastewater American PublicHealth Association WashingtonDC, USA.</p><p>Coordinators:</p><p>Dr. A.K. MittalDepartment of Civil EngineeringIITDelhi</p><p>Dr. B.D. ThakurEnvironment Consultant</p><p>Dr. Mangala JoshiDepartment of Textile TechnologyIITDelhi</p></li><li><p>6 Pollution load from different wet processing operations -Pretreatment, Dyeing and Finishing.</p><p>3</p><p>7 Textile effluents and their characterisation. Water pollution control and monitoring parameters.</p><p>3</p><p>8 Technology and Principles of Effluent Treatment. 3</p><p>9 Recovery and reuse of water and chemicals. 2</p><p>10 Air and noise pollution and its control. 2</p><p>11 Advanced colour removal technologies. 2</p><p>12 Eco labelling schemes : criteria and permissible limits. 2</p><p>13 Eco friendly Textile Processing and waste minimisation Process modification , Optimisation.</p><p>4</p><p>14 Use of safe dyes and auxiliaries, organic cotton, naturaldyes, naturally coloured cotton, bioprocessing withenzymes.</p><p>2</p><p>15 Solid waste (fibre &amp; polymer) recycling; Fibre wastemodification, Biodegradable Fibers.</p><p>4</p><p>16 Environmental management systems : ISO 14000Certification and criteria, Concept of "carbon footprint".</p><p>2</p><p>17 Industrial Hygiene and safe working practices. 1</p><p>References:</p><p>1. Understanding Environmental Pollution , Marquita K. Hill CambridgeUniversity Press.</p><p>2. Waste Water Treatment Metcalf &amp; Eddy.</p><p>3. Colour in Dye House Effluents, Society of Dyers and Colourists Ed.P.Cooper (1995).</p><p>4. Environmental Chemistry of Dyes and Pigments, Ed. A Reife, H.SFreeman, John Wiley &amp; Sons Inc.(1996).</p><p>5. Selected research papers , articles and Conference proceedings.</p><p>A joint venture by IISc and IITs, funded by MHRD, Govt of India http://nptel.iitm.ac.in</p></li></ul>