IMPORTANCE OF COTTON WASTE MANAGEMENT
The textile business which has grown to become a trillion dollar sector globally. During cotton growing large amounts of water are consumed; pesticides and synthetic fertilizers are used. The recycling/reusing of wastes occurring at every stage of textile production will be positive in terms of reducing the environmental effects putting them again in the production chain. Efficient use of natural resources and utilization of recoverable wastes are getting more and more important day by day since recovering wastes have both economic and environmental benefits. From the point of textile manufacturing, various production wastes can be reused in textile industry. In each step, from ginning (for cotton fibers) to end product formation, recyclable/recoverable waste materials are generated. Textile wastes can be divided into two main groups: production wastes and postproduction wastes. After spinning mill, there are wastes in yarn and fabric forms, and they need recycling to be put again in production. Postproduction wastes are generally worn out cloths, which can be recycled and may be used again in textiles or utilized in other product. Clothes, shoes, cushions, pillows, bags, bed sheets, duvets, curtains are among the textile waste recyclables. We see a lot of textiles like t-shirts, socks, shirts, and other items left as scrap around us. These can be used as cotton waste.
Cotton waste uses (h2)
Cotton waste is used in upholstery, mattress and bedding industries, and are used for wiping and polishing in automotive and hardware industries. Besides usage of cleaning, Highly water-absorbent, soft and affordable, cotton yarn it is widely used for making mats, mops, wiping cloth, wiping material and cotton dolls and toys. several industries like automotive, car manufacturers, printing, marine, hardware, textile Industry and heavy machinery manufactures and mining industries for cleaning machinery.
VV Homes enterprises from Trivandrum provides you cotton yarn waste directly collected from textile mills of Tirupur. Tiruppur is a major textile and knit wear hub contributing to 90% of total cotton knit wear exports from India. Mr. Muhammed Bashar (Managing Director) of the company is a civil engineer by profession and has work experience in the field for 8 years.
We provide colour cotton yarn waste and white cotton yarn waste both in first quality (handmade) and second quality (mechine made). Our products are premium in quality at affordable prices. Furthermore, we ensure to timely deliver these products to our clients.