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Textile Industry

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Comments  Digital printing process Reduction of: production space, noise, waste water, electricity consumpti on, excess dyestuff Thermal energy savings Reduction of chemical and biological oxygen demand by 500 and 250 mg per litre effluent. Reduction in costs for sizing agents and fees for treatment of waste water pollution

Project reference LIFE99 ENV/IT/000122

Title Technology Transfer of low environmental impact ink jet printing for the production of textile production of textile products - TIEPRINT

LIFE99 ENV/D/000415

Reduced waste water pollution from textile finishing with use of ultrasonics to minimise the application of chemicals in sizing processes

LIFE98 ENV/B/000252

Best Available Techniques in Textiles (BATINT)

Wastewater treatment  Database &

AOX-free Superwash Finishing of Wool Tops for the Yarn Production   LIFE04 ENV/IT/000583 Sustainable water management in the textile wet industry through an innovative treatment process for wastewater reuse   .prediction models LIFE05 ENV/IT/000846 Best Available Technique for water reuse in TextiLE SMEs   Textile finishing Water reuse Textile finishing Reduction of water auxiliaries and energy use Reduced water discharge Waste manageme nt Assessme nt of Best Available techniques (BATs) for applicabilit y in the textile sector Pilot trials Chlorine -free wool treatment Resin for felt-free yarn production Physicalchemical processes and membrane technologi es for textile wastewate r treatment Reduced water consumpti on and pollutant discharge LIFE05 ENV/F/000070 Appropriate Clean technology: process of electromagnetic textile ennoblement aiming at to decrease the aqueous pollution    LIFE05 ENV/E/000285 Alternatives for waste volume reduction in the textile sector through the application of minimisation measures in the process and in the consumption    LIFE05 ENV/D/000195 Sustainable.

 Handbook s for the selection and manageme nt of wastewate r treatment processes LIFE03 ENV/GR/000204 Introduction and Promotion of the ECO-LABEL to the Greek textile industry (ECO-TEXTILE) Implementation of 5 EU Eco-label projects  Handbook s for Ecolabel implement ation LIFE03 ENV/E/000166 Direct Reutilization of Dye Baths and Self-Monitoring of the Process "on-line" Automatic on-line control of all dyeing processes Reduction in water consumption and of pollutant loads in the effluent LIFE03 ENV/E/000102 Water Purification Tertiary Treatment using Photo-oxidation at semi-industrial scale (FOTOTEX)  Photooxidation of textile wastewate r flow Substitutio n of Perchloroe thylene with Liquid Carbon Dioxide for textile cleaning Cost efficient (20% reduction) Optimisatio n of the current costs of dyeing processes and operations COD decrease in the effluent by up to LIFE00 ENV/NL/000797 Demonstration Textile CO2 Treatment Introduction Validation Effort   LIFE00 ENV/E/000545 Prototype demonstration of dyeing with the application of clean technologies in the reduction of the colorant  .

486 kWh per year Water savings of 25 m³ per year Minimisatio n of waste (140 tonnes per year less) LIFE00 ENV/E/000506 Demonstrative project of an innovative system to prevent the voc emissions generated by the industry      .5% Energy savings of 993.  Water savings of 10% Catalytic oxidation process for the elimination of volatile organic compound s VOC elimination efficiency 98.87.4% and BOD by 94%.