Catalase acts by breaking down hydrogen peroxide and producing water and oxygen. Glucose oxidase then acts by converting glucose sugar into gluconic acid the reaction then utilizes the oxygen released from hydrogen peroxide 4. Catalase is used in the textile industry: Catalase is used to decompose hydrogen peroxide and produce water and oxygen. Catalase is introduced in the dyebath before adding dyes and chemicals to remove hydrogen peroxide. Catalase is effective as it neutralizes before the dye is added to the textiles.
Source for all other data: Understanding Children's Work Project's analysis of statistics from LFS Survey, 2005-2006. Source extracted from the website http://www.unicef.org/bangladesh/Child_labour 2.2 Safety Issue The main purpose for setting up factories in developing countries such as Bangladesh is the advantage of the low labour cost. To cut down the labour cost, many factories often operate in low run-down buildings with poor safety measures and poor working conditions. It was hazardous environment for the workers. The Guardian (2013) reports that nearly 800 people have been injured in Bangladesh in the last 12 months and these cases are unreported fires in the garment and textile industry.
Moreover, the families are not able to afford medical care to support the sick and dying child. Nicotine poisoning affects many child laborers around the world, including Jimena. She is a 14-year-old child laborer working in Guatemala. She claims the Nicotine poisoning drastically makes her extremely ill. “Sometime last year, they [were] spraying beside us while we were working in tobacco fields and that’s when I got sick”(2014). Poor children are continuously suffering from the terrible poison they cannot escape from.
Finishes such as flame retardants, adding softeners for a luxurious handfeel, dyeing, printing, add value to the textile. Unfortunately vast amounts of chemicals and water are used during the various processes. The contaminated water is then released into ground, rivers and seas. Water is just one of the natural resources that are heavily polluted by the textile industry but it affects the ecosystem in a negative way. High water consumption Water is quickly becoming a scarce resource in certain countries.
Tobacco is a non-essential, non-food crop that causes soil depletion, resulting from the tobacco plant leaching nutrients from the soil, as well as contamination from pesticides and fertilizers. Tobacco agriculture requires high amount of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium from the soil and it offers no replenishment per contra (Akhter et al, 2008). Studies have shown that tobacco growing depletes soil nutrients more rapidly than other major food and cash crops, thus
If you want to go to the store, you will find that the choice is wide - that is cotton and lawn, and calico, satin and other materials. Baptiste. Light low density fabric weave yarn, but despite this, bedding lawn does not differ in equity. It is nice, but not the frequent washes. Moreover, it is not suitable for the leaves.
Introduction It is reported that municipal waste was estimated to 1.3 billion tonnes per year being generated from approximately 3 billion urban residents. Ten years ago 2.9 billion residents generated .68 billion tonnes per year. It is projected in 2025 urban residents will increase to 4.3 billion generating 2.2 billion tonnes per year of municipal waste (World Bank). Municipal waste being garbage from consumers (Environmental Protection Agency) only, does not depict the extent of damage solid waste has on the environment . Mankind’s downward spiral into oblivion through irresponsible solid waste disposal practices is evident through the consequences of land pollution, water pollution and air pollution.
2010- the company upgraded its ISO certificate to 9001:2008 and received Chief Minister’s Ratna Award 2011- On the occasion of 150th Birth Anniversary of Sir M. Vishverwaraya, KS&DL introduced Mysore Sandal Dhoop 2012- KS&DL introduced Mysore Sandal Millennium, India’s First premium soap. It is priced at Rs.720 per piece of 150 gm. “Mysore Sandal Millennium” is the first most expensive soap was manufactured and sold in India as its quality and ingredients are supreme. 2013- The company got its highest sales turnover and profit (322 crore in FY2013) on 22nd of Aug “National Award for Excellence Cost Manufacturing” Karnataka Soap and Detergents Ltd was placed as a winner in the public manufacturing (Medium Organization) category. 2014- In spite of stiff competition in the international market for Toilet Soaps, Talc & Incense Sticks, KSDL Export Sales got two major pride & prestige Best Export Performance Awards from CHEMEXCIL, Govt.
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The Apparel Market in India: The Indian apparel industry has a huge base in the country itself and it projects a steady growth in the coming years. The Indian apparel industry is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9% from Rs.2, 73,350 Crore in 2011-12 to Rs.6, 63,800 Crore in 2021. The growth would primarily be driven by the surge in demand for readymade apparels in semi-urban areas, rise of income levels and youth population, increase in the preference for branded apparels and also increase in the exposure and information about the brands through advertisement in print and digital media. The Apparel Exports from