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Published on Monday, 16 March 2015

Textile pollution forecast to fall in Eastern Europe

Written by John Mowbray


WAKEFIELD - New research which provides a rare and detailed look into textile pollution caused by the Eastern European textile industry suggests that the region's top polluting countries, Poland and Romania, are heading towards the complete elimination of pollution caused by their respective textile industries. The paper presents detailed historical data on the total emissions of organic water pollutants and water pollution caused by the textile industry (measured in percentages of total Biological Oxygen Demand emissions) in key Eastern and Central European textile manufacturing hubs and then uses scientific forecasting to predict future trends.


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