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The introduction of biotechnology to alleviate pollution knitting industry in China

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2, China knitting industry association and the world's leading biotech companies - Danish novozymes signed a cooperation agreement, will be the introduction of biological enzyme technology, to alleviate high pollution status of energy-intensive textile printing and dyeing industry. It is estimated that this kind of enzyme preparation in every tons of knitting fabric production would save 70000 liters of water per production a T-shirt province about 20 liters of water.

The traditional textile industry is relying on a large number of consumption of chemicals, energy and water to meet the demand of production and consumption. China textile industry association, vice President of Zhang Yankai said at the signing ceremony, the future for a long time, the pressure of environmental protection will be the Chinese knitting enterprises, and the main problems facing the textile industry. Explore new technology, replace the current polluting energy intensive technology, development of the textile industry is very important. At present, in the textile process using enzyme technology to save water, reduce pollutants become one of the new trend.

China knitting industry association signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Denmark novozymes company, textile printing and dyeing industry in China, introduced the enzyme technology, improve the level of industry pollution control and clean production.

Previously, China textile industry association has proposed, increase the intensity of industry energy conservation and emissions reduction, to achieve by the end of the 12th five-year unit value added of industry energy consumption 20% lower than in 2010, unit added value of industrial water consumption is 30% lower than in 2010, a 10% drop in the discharge of major pollutants.

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