Herausgeber*in: ZDHC Foundation
Schlagwörter: Abwässer, Bekleidungsindustrie, Chemikalien, Grenzwerte, Nachhaltigkeit, Nassveredlung
The purpose of the ZDHC Wastewater Guidelines (hereafter referred to as “WW Guidelines”) is to set a single globally unified expectation for sampling, testing and reporting of industrial wastewater and sludge resulting from wetprocessing, across the textile and leather industry. Separate wastewater guidelines are available for Man-Made Cellulosic Fibres (MMCF).
The WW Guidelines set out limits for wastewater in terms of ‘conventional’ parameters (e.g. temperature, pH), heavy metals and chemicals listed on the ZDHC Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (ZDHC MRSL). These WW Guidelines provide requirements for different effluent treatment models and clarify the type of suppliers that are in scope. It also provides details of sampling, testing and reporting requirements and directs the reader to more detailed supporting
documents where appropriate. The WW Guidelines have been drawn up in collaboration with multiple industry specialists. They are intended for technical teams at industrial facilities, brands, laboratories and any other stakeholders involved in the continuous improvement of chemical inputs, wet processes and environmental discharges.
Umfang: 37 Seiten
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