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Published on Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Call for China water management change

Written by Stacey Dove

Chian droughtBEIJING – Industries across China, including the textiles and apparel sector, should look beyond standard corporate social responsibility reporting on water risks, and instead adopt management systems that look further than their direct operations, according to a recent report. This applies particularly to China’s textile sector where Ecotextile News has learned that total waste water generated by the textile industry in China accounts for 14.15% of the total waste water generated by the 39 industrial sectors nationwide – ranking it third overall.


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