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Wastewater 101 is the new tool box that will help the textile industry players understand the cause, impact and treatment of wastewater and thus improve the wastewater footprint.
Launched by the Sustainability Consortium (TSC), Wastewater 101 is a free resource tool that aims to serve as a platform where textile players can communicate their case for wastewater treatment and integrate new standards, knowledge and resources across all parts of supply chain.
The tool box connects users to globally relevant resources that are specific to 17 of biggest textile-producing countries in the world.
Philip Henson, Director, energy and sustainability,
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The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) is a global organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products. We are dedicated to improving the sustainability of consumer products. Our Members and partners include manufacturers, retailers, suppliers, service providers, NGOs, civil society organizations, governmental agencies and academics. Each member brings valuable perspectives and expertise. TSC convenes our diverse stakeholders to work collaboratively to build science-based decision tools and solutions that address sustainability issues that are materially important throughout a product’s supply chain and lifecycle. TSC also offers a portfolio of services to help drive effective implementation. » Read more from this author