21 Feb '14, 6pm

Textile dye waste secretly buried in china- SHENZEN, a textile dyestuff producer forced to close. #suppliervisibility

Textile dye waste secretly buried in china- SHENZEN, a textile dyestuff producer forced to close. #suppliervisibility

SHENZHEN – A subsidiary of one of China’s larger textile dyestuff producers, with a total capacity of around 250,000 tons, has been forced to close down one of its facilities in Jiangsu Province after officials discovered that it had been secretly burying redundant dyestuffs and other textile chemical waste over a three-year period.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2014022112460/dyes-chemicals-ne...

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