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New study explores novel textile water savings THENJIPALAM – A new study conducted by researchers at an Indian university has proposed a novel new method of implementing much-needed water conservation within textile manufacturing. The research is said to have been motivated by the increasing pressure exerted on the textile industry to reduce its environmental impacts, with particular emphasis on the consumption of water. Founded in 2006, Ecotextile News is the environmental magazine for the global textile and fashion industries and provides unrivalled daily coverage, comment and expertise in both print and online formats. Focused on sustainable innovation and industry best practice, subscribers enjoy: Daily breaking news on our market leading website. Six printed magazine issues delivered to your door. A weekly e-bulletin delivered to your inbox with all the latest developments Unlimited access to our daily news website, including premium content Digitised versions of every printed issue we’ve published since February 2007 Unlimited access to the MCL News and Media app with breaking news from our four market leading publications. Exclusive discounts on MCL News & Media reports and magazines. Inside track on the environmental strategies of brands and retailers Influential commentary on MRSL’s and supply chain compliance Exclusive interviews with key industry figures New technology for sustainable textile production Textile recycling, closed loop systems and recycled synthetics Reports on social compliance and labour in developing nations Guidance on environmental regulation and textile standards Expert comment and analysis on textile dyeing and chemistry Live reporting from global textile exhibitions and conferences Breaking news on environmental policy briefings The impact of natural resource consumption by the textile sector Independent commentary on third-party sustainability tools

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