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Published on Thursday, 05 December 2013

Concerns over India textile pollution levels

Written by John Mowbray

India pollutionMUMBAI – Major new concerns have been raised about pollution levels found in textile wastewater effluents along the Dombivali industrial belt of Mumbai in India – a major textile manufacturing hub, where increased COD, phosphate levels and high concentrations of heavy metals have been found. Brett Mathews reports.


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