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