Safety and Health Impact of Textile Industry (Spinning)

Kumaravel A, K. Muthu kumar

Abstract


In India, after agriculture traditionally textile industry playing a major role which gives employment for both skilled and unskilled labour in textile and India is second largest manufacturer of textile. The hazards and risks associated with textile industry is high when compare to other industry. Textile industry consume more water for the process and many chemicals used in this for colouring purpose. Without proper measures if the untreated water subjected into the land that will affects the ecosystem and environment human life. In this, we will focus on the problems faced by the textile industry environment aspects as well as health.

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