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A CASE STUDY ON -TEXTILE INDUSTRIAL PROCESS, CHARACTERIZATION AND...

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ABSTRACT
This paper presents water pollution is the introduction into fresh or ocean waters of chemical, physical, or biological
material that degrades the quality of the water and affects the organisms living in it. This process ranges from simple addition of
dissolved or suspended solids to discharge the most insidious and persistent toxic pollutants such as pesticides, heavy metals, and
non degradable, bio accumulative, chemical compounds. Water pollution is caused due to Mining, Agricultural Wastes and
Industrial affluent such as paint, dying units etc. In textile production, opportunities exist for the release of potentially hazardous
compounds into the ecosystem at various stages of the operation. These pollutants are produced in an effort to improve human
standard of living and fashion but ironically, their unplanned intrusion into the environment can reverse the same standard of
living by impacting negatively on the environment. Hence this present case study is placed in this context to examine the textile
pollutants and their intensity on rural environment with respect to the socio economic and demographic background. This case
study has captured all available data and understood that while a lot has been done to reduce pollution load in water bodies, more
work needs to be done both in terms of policy and implementation.