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The Indian textile and apparel industry is working towards greener processes and practices. Recycle, upcycle, reuse, restore, circularity are not just buzz words for these companies. These and many other companies are putting in efforts towards a greener planet.  The Indian textile and apparel industry is working towards greener processes and practices. Recycle, upcycle, reuse, restore, circularity are not just buzz words for these companies. These and many other companies are putting in efforts towards a greener planet.

Sutlej Works Towards An Eco-Friendly Environment
Sutlej uses specialized conversion line to annually recycle 2.5 billion PET bottles into fibres and ultimately into yarn. By reducing its dependence on fossil fuels and other natural resources, the company has maintained an eco friendly manufacturing environment.

Klopman International For Recycled Polyester Textiles
This year Klopman transformed more than 8 million plastic bottles into recycled polyester fabrics. This solution makes products more earth-friendly, saving thousands of tonnes of waste plastic bottles which might otherwise end up in landfill.

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Arvind Ltd. Plants 93,000 Trees To Improve Green Cover
This World Environment Day, Arvind Ltd. planted 93,752 trees, to improve the planet’s green cover. On this occasion, Arvind Denim Lab also thanked its supply chain partners and customers for their relentless pursuit of making Arvind products more environment friendly.

Bodal Chemicals Committed To Protecting Nature
“Let’s protect the planet, and do our bit. Protect and nurture nature that nourishes us in every manner,” said Ankit Patel, Executive Director, Bodal Chemicals. The company organised a mass tree plantation drive on World Environment Day, with its entire team participating whole-heartedly and planting trees, to shield planet Earth.

SVP Adopts Circular Practices To Reduce Wastages
SVP Global Ventures Limited is committed to being mindful of the impact it leaves on the planet. The company is planning to procure electric buses to transport employees from their residence to the plant and back. As a leading yarn manufacturer in India, the company has adopted circular processes with zero emissions – no smoke, no effluent, no wastages. SVP’s 5.4 MW solar power plant for captive use has reduced its global footprint by 7,317 tonnes per annum.

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Rossari Adopts Technology For Waste Minimisation
Rossari Textile Chemicals Division is working to make the textile industry more sustainable. The company has adapted the latest technology, is complying with standard norms to treat waste water generated from production plants. With the help of Multi Effect Evaporator, the company is minimising further wastage by filtering suspended solids.

NTCB Strives Towards Greener Inks
Nano Tech Chemical Brothers (NTCB) has proclaimed that its helps industries and brand owners to develop innovative textile and silicone garment printing inks solutions that are both more ecologically and economically sustainable. The company’s SILME silicone printing inks series have reached level 1 in ZDHC Gateway for printing applications.

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