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Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe

Tytuł artykułu

Prediction of Textile Waste Profile and Recycling Opportunities in Turk

Autorzy Altun, S. 
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Warianty tytułu
PL Przewidywanie asortymentów odpadów i ich dystrybucja w Turcji
Języki publikacji EN
EN Effective utilisation and disposal of textile wastes requires an accurate prediction of solid waste generation. This research predicted the waste quantity generated in households and in industrial facilities in Turkey via surveys, factory research and official databases. Recycling methods, products and the profile of recycling sector were investigated. Approximately 884,890 tonnes of textile waste was generated in 2009. Dialogue problems between manufacturers and recyclers as well as a lack of collection of post-consumer waste were the main reasons for the low recycling ratio.
PL Efektywna utylizacja odpadów i ich dystrybucja wymaga dokładnego przewidywania ilości produkowanych poszczególnych rodzajów odpadów. W artykule przedstawiono przewidywanie powstawania odpadów tekstylnych w przemyśle i gospodarstwach domowych. Badano również sposoby recyklingu. W 2009 roku wyprodukowano w Turcji ok. 884,890 ton odpadów tekstylnych. Główną przyczyną małej ilości recyklingowanych odpadów jest złe porozumienie pomiędzy producentami i przedsiębiorstwami prowadzącymi recykling.
Słowa kluczowe
PL odpady tekstylne   odpady przemysłowe   recykling   wpływ gospodarki odpadami na środowisko  
EN textile waste   industrial waste   recycling   environmental impact   waste management  
Wydawca Instytut Biopolimerów i Włókien Chemicznych
Czasopismo Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe
Rocznik 2012
Tom Nr 5 (94)
Strony 16--20
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autor Altun, S.
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