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Published on Friday, 10 August 2012

Novel denim effluent treatment

Written by John Mowbray

denim rinseHONG KONG – Denim producer Central Fabrics Ltd, a fully integrated denim mill based in Hong Kong and China with a monthly capacity of around 2.5 million yards per month, is using a new type of membrane technology to treat indigo dye-house effluent and re-use the process water. The move comes as textile manufacturers in Guangdong contemplate future plans by the regional government for significant rises in water tariffs.


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