Trend of textile fiber waste treatment in the most

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Trend of textile fiber waste disposal in developed countries

in the past decades, there have been particularly many waste textiles in the United States and Western Europe, mainly because many clothing or other textiles have been disposed of as garbage after being used once. Only a few prescient people realize that textile fiber waste or waste clothes are far from garbage. It is said that the earliest Warner brothers or other Hollywood tycoons got their first pot of gold by picking up rags when they immigrated from Europe to the United States

25 years ago, the textile industry all over the world gradually realized that textile fiber waste can actually become the second raw material resource. In the 1990s, some textile media writers visited a Spanish textile fiber waste recycling company, and they found that the company recycled 200 tons of textile fiber waste every day! They even use money to buy textile fiber waste from all countries in Europe and from countries outside Europe

after World War II, the international recycling industry was in the ascendant. According to the above situation, people realized that an international organization was needed to support the development of the recycling industry. Therefore, in 1948, the bureauofinternational recycling (BIR) was established. Initially, it was a non-profit organization headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, whose main purpose was to improve the interests of the global recycling community. Subsequently, they provide information, legal texts and the latest technologies to all recycling markets and institutions in the world, and waste utilization, including the utilization of waste paper and waste textiles. The organization regards this matter as its own responsibility and has made contributions to the sustainable development of world industry and economic prosperity

20 years later, textile waste collection has become a large independent industry. Textile fiber waste recycling is almost everywhere. Bir focuses on fighting against Mafia. Experts predict that if all textile fiber waste is recycled, at least half of the waste can be reused. Nowadays, the sustainability of the textile industry has become the key to development. Bir calculates that if 60million people in the UK buy a garment made of recycled waste every year, the whole UK can save 160000000 liters of water and 480t less chemical dyes every year. This figure is shocking. But in fact, about 50% of the recycled textiles or second-hand textiles in the world's developed countries flow to less developed countries. In many African countries, more than 80% of the population wears second-hand clothing. More than half of the waste clothes in the West are donated or illegally exported to less developed countries. Nowadays, textile waste recycling companies have sprung up in Western Europe and the United States. Among them, there are several textile fiber waste recycling enterprises under bir, which participate in the textile recycling competition all over the world. Therefore, the price of textile fiber waste recycling is also getting higher and higher. In the United States, the price of second-hand textile fiber waste has increased by 10% to 25%. It is worrying that under the general trend of textile waste recycling, some Western companies have made cheap acquisitions under the banner of "charity" and "donation". In order to recycle waste textiles, a British textile recycling company even used illegal means to participate in market competition. The national anti intelligent fraud Bureau of the UK has also started a national investigation. They want to find out how many textile waste recycling enterprises are making profits under the banner of "charity". In France, the protection and maintenance of fatigue testing machines in textile recycling enterprises go hand in hand with theft and plunder. Waste textile fiber recycling has developed from non-profit to today's profiteering industry, so more and more enterprises are involved, and the recycling methods are also diverse

textile recycling has not only become a commercial economic activity, but also belongs to an environmental friendly ecological industry, so it is highly respected. Bir conducted research at the University of Copenhagen, Sweden, in 2008, and concluded that every 1kg of waste textiles can reduce 3.6kg of carbon dioxide emissions, save 6000l of water, and reduce the use of 0.3KG of chemical fertilizers and 0.2kg of pesticides. A large number of waste textiles are recycled in the textile industry, which has significantly reduced carbon dioxide emissions compared with the processing and production of raw materials. Therefore, bir calls on people not to waste waste waste textile fibers. Now it has become the real value of sustainable development. Reusing or recycling waste textile fabrics is the most beneficial environment for our future generations

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