Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Production Process Sustainability PDF by Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu and Miguel Angel Gardetti

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Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Production Process Sustainability
By Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu and Miguel Angel Gardetti
Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Production Process Sustainability

Preface
The dyeing and printing sector has taken a major hit because of the devastating effects of hazardous dyes and discharge of waste water, etc. This volume addresses these important topics and the sustainable options for dyeing and printing. It also deals with the environmental issues from conventional production, finishing processes and the sustainable options in the textile sector in terms of technologies, machines, and chemicals to make finishing a sustainable process. The book begins with the work titled “Printing with Sustainable Natural Dyes and Pigments” developed by Fatma Filiz Yıldırım, Arzu Yavas, and Ozan Avinc, which presents detailed information about various eco-friendly prints and printing techniques which were applied to different kinds of fibers and fabrics using sustainable natural dyes and natural pigments.

The second chapter, “Sustainability in Textile Dyeing: Recent Developments,” written by Aravin Prince Periyasamy and Jiri Militky explores different dyeing techniques and processes such as modified chemical pretreatments, plasma-induced coloration, supercritical carbon dioxide dyeing process, microwave-assisted dyeing, ultrasonic dyeing and electrochemical process to reduce negative impacts of dyeing in the textile industry.

Then, S.K. Sahoo, B.P. Dash, and A. Khandual develop the chapter titled “Sustainable Yarn Sizing,” which presents the history and development of yarn sizing processes and emerging sustainable alternatives. Subsequently, Hüseyin Aksel Eren, İdil Yiğit, Semiha Eren, and Ozan Avinc, in their chapter titled “Ozone: An Alternative Oxidant for Textile Applications,” present the potential uses of ozone as an alternative oxidant for textile applications. They also focus on ozone utilization as chemical substitution, waste reduction, and energy conservation in textile processes leading to a more sustainable world for future generations.

Moving on to the next chapter, Dr. Faith Kane, Prof. Jinsong Shen, Dr. Laura Morgan, Dr. Chetna Prajapati, Prof. John Tyrer, and Dr Edward Smith present “Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Textile Coloration, Patterning and Surface Effects.” They study emerging advances in technology that facilitate new methods of textile coloration, pattern, and surface effects which could help toward sustainable development. They focus on methods such as plasma processing, supercritical carbon dioxide dyeing, ultrasonic dyeing, and digital printing that have begun to be adopted within various industrial contexts.

The following chapter titled “Sustainable Finishing Process Using Natural Ingredients,” by M Gobalakrishnan, D Saravanan, and Subrata Das, presents and analyzes sustainable preparatory processes, finishing practices for flame retardant finish based on bio-based flame retardants, antimicrobial finish, bio-finish, and UV protection finish.

Later, R. Ramachandran and P. Kanakaraj, in the chapter entitled “Cellulose Textile Colouring with Clay Particles: and Enviro Safe Process,” analyze innovative natural dye which could replace the harmful chemical dyes by reducing the toxic dye effluents. They present an analysis using clay as a natural-colored material, the usages, and different reactions.

In the next chapter, “Sustainability in Dyeing and Finishing,” P. Senthil Kumar and G. Janet Joshiba present and elaborate a set of strategies to follow in sustainable dyeing and finishing process in the textile industry.

Following, Hüseyin Aksel Eren, İdil Yiğit, Semiha Eren, and Ozan Avinc in “Sustainable Textile Processing with Zero Water Utilization Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Technology” explore supercritical carbon dioxide (scCO2) technology usage in textile scouring, surface modification, desizing, bleaching, dyeing, and finishing processes leading to waterless sustainable textile wet processing. Moreover, they present recent commercial and technological developments regarding scCO2 technology.

Finally, P. Senthil Kumar and G. Janet Joshiba, in their chapter “Sustainability in the Spinning Process,” explore the key issues for sustainability, review the mechanism of the spinning process in textile production, and also explain the various sustainable approaches implemented in the spinning process.

Contents
Printing with Sustainable Natural Dyes and Pigments 1
Fatma Filiz Yıldırım, Arzu Yavas, and Ozan Avinc
Sustainability in Textile Dyeing: Recent Developments 37
Aravin Prince Periyasamy and Jiri Militky
Ozone: An Alternative Oxidant for Textile Applications 81
Hüseyin Aksel Eren, İdil Yiğit, Semiha Eren, and Ozan Avinc
Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Textile Coloration,
Patterning, and Surface Effects 99
Faith Kane, Jinsong Shen, Laura Morgan, Chetna Prajapati, John Tyrer,
and Edward Smith
Sustainable Finishing Process Using Natural Ingredients 129
M. Gobalakrishnan, D. Saravanan, and Subrata Das
Cellulose Textile Colouring with Clay Particles – An Enviro
Safe Process 147
R. Ramachandran and P. Kanakaraj
Sustainability in Dyeing and Finishing 165
P. Senthil Kumar and G. Janet Joshiba
Sustainable Textile Processing with Zero Water Utilization
Using Super Critical Carbon Dioxide Technology 179
Hüseyin Aksel Eren, İdil Yiğit, Semiha Eren, and Ozan Avinc
Sustainability in the Spinning Process 197
P. Senthil Kumar and G. Janet Joshiba
Index 209
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