Sewage Treatment Plants by Textile industries

Sewage Treatment Plants by Textile industries

When we think of nature and its blessings it's uncountable, yet humans are the ones who destroyed everything from the land, water, air, and even ozone too. Even renewable resources such as water is the most affected part of the environment. In general human disposal such as household, industry, factory, and farm wastes directly into the water resources causes harm for both humans and other living beings. The industrial sewage discharges become highly contaminated and affect both the soil and water. Let's get deeper into the subject of sewages discharge and treatment in the textile industry. 


sewage plant in textile

Sewage is nothing but a solid and liquid form of waste materials discharged into sewers or drainers by factories and industries. Sewage treatment plan was introduced in 1892 and has now being adapted by many organisations across the world . Sewage has been discharged in different forms- highly manured land, textile industries, and sometimes even from the heavy rains, storms, etc.,

sewage treatment in textile


When it comes to sewage from textile industries and factories, they are the second most polluting industry in the world. They discharge a large quantity of waste into different forms of Water lands as the manufacturing process includes Spinning, Dyeing, Weaving, Compacting etc. As the season changes, people change as well, and the sense of style and technology has improved a lot. With all the improvisations and changes, the wastage, and discharges of the textile industry have also increased dramatically. An average percentage of 15% is wasted during the production of garments without considering the customer's usage.The impact of textile production and waste on the enviornment is really huge as textile industry really growing at a faster rate

Reasons for Textile Wastes

Fast Fashion

Literally, this is one of the new fashions which has replaced slow fashion. For example, handmade drawings are replaced by machine-made designs. To decrease the cost and time of production, manufacturers have chosen these. But these beautiful designs and large production of garments are produced only with the help of low-cost synthetic and harmful dyes. These types of low-quality materials soon end up in landfills as waste, and when burnt it emits large carbon emissions and hazardous gases

Increased Shopping

Gone are the days when people purchase new clothes only during festive occasions. But with today’s internet world delivers everything at your doorstep. The improved E-Commerce business across the world targets the audience with new collections and offers, thus tempting the customers to shop new clothes frequently.

Some people buy clothes for new designs available in the market and these clothes fail in quality sometimes, which results in purchasing again.

Less Recycling Practices

Most of us are aware that not every textile wastage is recycled thoroughly. And people from the same work background lack knowledge of textile waste recycling. Their lack of knowledge on recycling practices results in land pollution, water pollution, air pollution and destroys the whole environment. 

sewage treatment in textile industry

Classic Polo, an environment Savior

Classic Polo is one of India’s finest mid-premium brands that produce A-Z of men's wardrobes with great quality & style. It is a vertically integrated manufacturing company where every single product is being sourced and manufactured within the organization i.e, from Farm to Fashion.

Understanding the environmental problems Classic Polo have been involved in various sustainable activities. One such activity is installation of Sewage Treatment Plant in their factories. 

Classic Polo is India’s first organization to become zero liquid discharge from its factories from 2005, where no effluent was left outside, and thereby 97% of water was recycled again in the process.

They have been actively involved in planting 12,00,000 Tree saplings in the span of 7 years with proper maintenance.

The factories are built with Biogas plants and Sewage Treatment plants where even the toilet and kitchen wastes are also being treated. These sustainable processes result in zero pollution and a better environment. 

Let's make the earth a better living place for the forth-coming generations!

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