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Water in Textiles and Fashion

  • ID: 4593607
  • Book
  • November 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 214 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Water in Textiles and Apparel: Consumption, Footprint, and Life Cycle Assessment provides a thorough analysis of one of the most urgent issues facing the textiles industry. As water is essential to the textile production system, and as availability of water is reduced due to natural and anthropogenic factors, the industry must respond. With a thorough treatment of both life cycle assessment and water footprint perspectives, this book provides practical strategies for responsible water use across the textile supply chain. Readers will learn essential information from research and industry case studies that will help them understand the textile industry's role in this issue.

  • Combines different perspectives, life cycle assessment, government policies, businesses strategies, and case studies to provide a holistic view on the topic
  • Addresses water consumption in every life cycle phase of textile production
  • Explores emerging strategies for water conservation in the textiles sector

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1. Introduction
Water 2. Global Scenario
Water in Textile Production Hubs 3. Water and Textiles 4. Water Footprint 5. LCA and Water Footprint 6. Water Withdrawal and Conservation
Global Scenario 7. Sustainable Strategies and Water Conservation 8. Water Footprint/Consumption of Textile Products
Case Studies 9. Water Conservation Measures in Textiles 10. Future
Water and Fashion

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Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan
Dr S. S. Muthu works at Global Sustainability Services, Hong Kong
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