The Assessment of the Environmental Impact of Textile Cleaning Processes in the Aquatic Environment on Human Health
PARASKA Olga, IVANISHENA Tetiana, ZAKHARKEVICH Oksana, HES Lubos and RADEK Norbertdownload PDF
Abstract. This article analyzes the technological process of textile product cleaning in the aquatic environment from the point of view of identified sources of hazard. It is established at what particular stages of cleaning of the products, the negative affects on the environment, workers and consumers occur. According to Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), detailed information was received at an enterprise about the technological processes and the impact of their individual factors on the environment and human health. Creating closed water cycles will reduce the impact on the environment and human health. The use of new types of biosurfactants in detergent compositions will allow reducing the duration of technological operations, and the number of cycles of textile product processing, to increase their exploitation life and improve the quality of textile product cleaning.
Textile Cleaning Processes, Wet Cleaning, Biosurfactants, Life Cycle Assessment, Environmental Impact
Published online 7/20/2022, 8 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA
Citation: PARASKA Olga, IVANISHENA Tetiana, ZAKHARKEVICH Oksana, HES Lubos and RADEK Norbert, The Assessment of the Environmental Impact of Textile Cleaning Processes in the Aquatic Environment on Human Health, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 24, pp 301-308, 2022
The article was published as article 44 of the book Terotechnology XII
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