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Science plays a major role in textile industry: Experts

Textile Industry is One of Most Polluting in World

A webinar titled ‘The science behind traditional fabrics of India and fashion world‘ was organised by Women Technology Section of Pushpa Gujral Science City on 19/12/2020. Jalandhar: Jaspreet Talwar, principal secretary, Department of Water Supply and Sanitation, was the chief guest. Around 300 students pursuing fashion designing participated in the …

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Textile Industry is One of Most Polluting in World

Textile Industry is One of Most Polluting in World

DUBLIN (Ireland), Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the sustainable textiles industry “The $960 Billion Textile Industry is One of the Most Polluting in the World“ Biomaterial manufacturer Genomatica and nylon material manufacturer Aquafil have partnered on a new demonstration facility to manufacture the largest quantity of 100% renewable nylon-6 ever available. …

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Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package expected to create jobs in apparel sector

Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package expected to create jobs in apparel sector

The recent announcements by the Central Government on the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package have been welcomed by the textile sector in Coimbatore region. However, the micro and small-scale industries have sought implementation of the benefits with retrospective effect. Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package expected to create jobs in apparel sector The Aatmanirbhar Bharat …

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Textile sector growing exponentially, has more potential: Smriti Irani

Textile sector growing exponentially, has more potential: Smriti Irani

Jaipur [Textile sector growing exponentially]: The textile industry is growing exponentially in the country, with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) having tripled in three years, Union Minister Smriti Irani said today. The FDI flow into the sector reached USD 618.95 million in 2016-17. However, there is still huge potential for further …

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