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Published on Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Olimpias shows how sustainability pays

Written by Brett Mathews

OSIJEK – A new waste-water treatment facility which claims it can recover up to 100 per cent of textile dyeing plant wastewater has shared financial forecasts which show it could make operational cost savings of almost 400,000 Euros per year – offering an encouraging example of how sustainability can make commercial sense in the textile industry.


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