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Researchers turn textile waste into compost with manure


August 19, 2009
By GreenBiz.com

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August 10, 2009, Haryana, IN – The sludge waste that’s put out by
textile mills can be turned into compost with the help of worms and
manure, according to a team from an Indian university.
August 10, 2009, Haryana, IN – The sludge waste that’s put out by textile mills can be turned into compost with the help of worms and manure, according to a team from an Indian university.
 
Researchers from Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology have reported in a scientific journal that they were able to take the sludge put out by the textile industry, and within 180 days, turn it into a compost-like mixture. In India, incineration or landfilling are not preferred methods of textile waste disposal due to their costs and environmental impacts.

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