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Environmental Impact Assessment of Discharged Heavy Metals in Textile Production

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5047

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Abstract:

Heavy metals discharged from textile production have serious impacts on human beings and the environment. Chemical footprint (ChF) methodology is an important method in quantifying the environmental loads of discharged chemical pollutants. With the help of ChF methodology, this study used the mean impact method to assess the environmental loads of heavy metals discharged from a textile enterprise. The results showed that the ChFs of discharged heavy metals calculated based on the aquatic environment of Lake Tai and Lake Poyang were 1.43E+8L and 4.64E+8L respectively. Zinc was the largest contributor, followed by copper, lead and cadmium for the two lakes.

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aquatic environment, chemical footprint, environmental impact, heavy metals.

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Ji X, Qian W, Qiu X, Yang Y, Xu P, Wang L. Environmental Impact Assessment of Discharged Heavy Metals in Textile Production. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2021; 29, 1(145): 66-69. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5047

Published in issue no 1 (145) / 2021, pages 66–69.

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