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Published on Thursday, 31 October 2013

India approves US$10 billion eco-project

Written by John Mowbray

India pollutionNEW DELHI – India’s government has pledged around US$10 billion towards the launch of a new ‘Integrated Processing Development’ program in a bid to clean up the country’s polluting textile industry. The funding will be used to create new textile production units with the latest wastewater treatment, testing and R&D centres as well as heat recovery systems.


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