The textile industry of Bangladesh is thinking of reusing waste water and other natural resources. There are economic and environmental benefits of reusing wastewater. Reusing wastewater can ensure sustainability and facilitate an overall shift to a circular apparel industry.
Factories adhering to such a program have achieved impressive resource savings including savings of water up to about 18.4 billion liters in a year and savings of electricity by 1.9 million MWh in a year.
Taking to eco-friendly production methods in textile and clothing can make the sector competitive and sustainable. Vegetation in the factories helps reduce emission of carbon monoxide and cool the environs.
A green lens can help business owners reduce costs, fight climate change, re-think long-held business practices and open doors to myriad of opportunities.
Extreme weather and other environmental disruptions don’t just affect the people, animal-plant and infrastructure in their path; they also have profound effects on businesses and economy.
Textile businesses can take a lead role in reducing greenhouse gas emission, water pollution, and air pollution by implementing actions that save money, improve productivity, protect the environment and secure the nation’s energy requirement.
Companies are using practices which are viewed as sustainable and environmentally friendly. These practices might include use of renewable energy in production processes, tighter protections against emissions, and environmentally responsible sourcing of supplies, or final products not hazardous to the environment.