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The Resource Detox Fashion : Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing

Detox Fashion : Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing

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Detox Fashion : Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing
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Detox Fashion
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Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing
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Textile Science and Clothing Technology Ser
Detox Fashion : Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing
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Detox Fashion : Sustainable Chemistry and Wet Processing
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Contents
  • Contents -- 1 Sustainable Chemicals: A Model for Practical Substitution -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Use of Chemicals in Textile Production -- 1.1.1 Effect Chemicals -- 1.1.2 Processing Chemicals -- 1.2 Development of Legal and Voluntary Restrictions of Chemicals Content in Textile Products -- 1.2.1 Development of Legal Restrictions Addressing Chemicals in Textiles -- 1.2.2 Development of Voluntary Restrictions Addressing Chemicals in Textiles -- 1.3 Substitution of Substances, Materials or Products -- 1.3.1 Requirements on Alternative Effect Chemicals -- 1.3.2 State-of-the-Art Substitution Work -- 1.4 Life Cycle Perspective -- 2 Model Creation -- 2.1 First Development Steps -- 2.2 Generalization of the Model -- 3 Evaluation via Case Studies -- 3.1 The SUPFES Project -- 3.1.1 Current Use of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) -- 3.1.2 Characterization of Original Substance in Use -- 3.1.3 Alternative Selection -- 3.1.4 Toxicity and Exposure Assessment -- 3.1.5 Case Studies -- 3.1.6 Impact and Risk Assessment -- 3.1.7 Technical Performance -- 3.1.8 Finalizing the SUPFES Project -- 3.2 The ENFIRO Project -- 3.2.1 Current Use of Flame Retardants -- 3.2.2 Prioritization and Selection -- 3.2.3 Hazard Exposure -- 3.2.4 Fire and Application Performance -- 3.2.5 Risk Assessment -- 3.2.6 Impact Assessment -- 3.2.7 Conclusions from the ENFIRO Project -- 4 Evaluation of Interventions -- 4.1 SUPFES Evaluation -- 4.2 ENFIRO Evaluation -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 2 Sustainable Wet Processing-An Alternative Source for Detoxifying Supply Chain in Textiles -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Environmental Impact of Wet Processing -- 2.1 Importance of Water in Textile Wet Processing -- 2.2 Energy Consumption -- 2.3 Chemical Utilization -- 3 Textile Wet Processing -- 3.1 Preparatory Pretreatment -- 3.2 Dyeing and Printing Process
  • 3.3 Finishing Process -- 4 Recent Sustainable Development and Innovations in the Wet Processing -- 4.1 Eco-friendly Fibers -- 4.2 Enzymes -- 4.3 Bio-Based Dyeing -- 4.4 Plasma Technology -- 4.5 Supercritical Fluid Technology -- 4.6 Digital Ink-Jet Printing -- 4.7 Ultrasonic Waves -- 4.8 Innovations in the Machinery -- 4.9 Recycling and Reuse of Process Inputs -- 4.10 Electrochemical Dyeing -- 4.11 Foam Finishing -- 5 Detoxifying Supply Chain -- 5.1 Supply Chain Management -- 5.2 Supply Chain Decision -- 5.2.1 Strategic Decision -- 5.2.2 Operational Decision -- 5.2.3 Tactical Decision -- 5.3 Challenges and Solutions in Sustainable Wet Processing -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Green Dyeing of Cotton- New Strategies to Replace Toxic Metallic Salts -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Plant Extracts -- 2.1 Rubia Tinctorum -- 2.2 Rubia cordifolia -- 2.3 Rubia Sikkimensis -- 2.4 Rheum emodi -- 3 New Approaches to Replace Toxic Mordants -- 4 Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 4 Call for Environmental Impact Assessment of Bio-based Dyeing-An Overview -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Life Cycle Assessment -- 2.1 Holistic Approach -- 2.2 The Four Phases of LCA -- 2.2.1 Phase 1: Goal and Scope -- 2.2.2 Phase 2: Inventory of Resources, Emissions and Wastes -- 2.2.3 Phase 3: Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) -- 2.2.4 Phase 4: Interpretation -- 2.3 Iterative Approach -- 2.4 LCA at Research Stage -- 2.5 Uncertainty and Data Quality -- 3 Environmental Aspects of Bio-based Dyeing -- 3.1 Classification and Context -- 3.2 Raw Material Acquisition (Cultivation/Collection) -- 3.2.1 Primary Plant Sources -- 3.2.2 Byproduct Plant Sources -- 3.3 Dye Extraction -- 3.4 Dyeing Procedure -- 3.4.1 Purity of Dyestuff -- 3.4.2 Dyeability of Textile Substrate -- 3.4.3 Dyeing Method -- 3.4.4 Color Durability and Quality -- 4 Final Discussions
  • 4.1 The Importance-Value Creation Using LCA -- 4.2 The Difficulties-Fill Data Gaps -- 5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 5 Enzyme: A Bio Catalyst for Cleaning up Textile and Apparel Sector -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Enzyme -- 2.1 Enzyme Structure -- 2.2 Cofactor, Coenzyme and Prosthetic Group of Enzyme -- 2.3 Mechanism of Enzymatic Catalysis -- 2.4 Nomenclature of Enzyme -- 2.5 Factor Affecting the Enzyme Activity -- 2.5.1 Substrate Concentration and Enzymatic Activity -- 2.5.2 pH and Buffers -- 2.5.3 Temperature -- 2.5.4 Activator -- 2.5.5 Inhibitors -- 2.6 Source of Enzymes -- 3 Applications of Enzymes in Textile and Apparel Industries -- 4 Applications of Enzymes in Wet Processing of Cotton -- 4.1 Enzymes in Desizing -- 4.1.1 Enzymatic Desizing -- 4.2 Enzymes in Scouring -- 4.2.1 Enzymatic Scouring or Bio-scouring -- 4.3 Enzymes in Bleaching -- 4.3.1 Enzymatic Bleaching -- 4.4 Enzymes in Removal of Residual Hydrogen Peroxide After the Bleaching Operation -- 4.5 Enzymes in Biopolishing or Depilling of Cellulosic Fabrics -- 4.6 Enzymes in Fading of Denim -- 5 Applications of Enzymes in Wet Processing of Bast Fibres: Retting, Softening and Defuzzing -- 6 Applications of Enzymes in Wet Processing of Wool -- 6.1 Enzymes in Carbonization of Wool -- 6.2 Enzymes in Scouring of Wool -- 6.3 Enzymes in Finishing of Wool -- 6.4 Enzyme-Mediated Cross Linking of Wool -- 7 Applications of Enzymes in Wet Processing of Silk -- 7.1 Enzymes in Degumming of Silk -- 7.1.1 Enzymatic Degumming or Bio Degumming -- 8 Applications of Enzymes in Dyeing and Dye Synthesis -- 9 Applications of Enzymes in Surface Modification and Decomposition of Synthetic Fibers -- 10 Applications of Enzymes in Waste Water Treatment, Decolorisation, Soil Remediation and Detoxification -- 11 Applications of Enzymes in Leather Processing -- 11.1 Enzymes in Bating
  • 11.2 Enzymes in Soaking -- 11.3 Enzymes in Un-hairing -- 11.4 Enzymes in Degreasing -- 12 Enzyme Preparation -- 12.1 Selection or Isolation of Microorganism -- 12.2 Selection of Growth Condition for Multiplication of Microorganism and Cultivation of Enzyme in Fermentation Process -- 12.3 Purification in Downstream Processing -- 12.4 Stabilization of Crude or Purified Enzyme -- 13 Reuse Applications by Immobilized Enzymes -- 13.1 Immobilization by Adsorption -- 13.2 Immobilization by Microencapsulation -- 13.3 Immobilization by Covalent Bonding of Enzyme to Insoluble Carrier -- 13.4 Properties of Immobilized Enzymes -- 13.5 Applications of Immobilized Enzymes -- 14 Challenges and Future Prospects of Enzyme Applications -- References
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