Trandafir, Nicoleta; Dumitrescu, Constantin-Dan
September 2012
Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p101
Academic Journal
Leather production systems are linear, and often use harmful chemicals and other harmful materials in relatively large quantities. A production target 'clean' is to satisfy our need for some new sources using sustainable products, materials harmless respecting biodiversity and water and energy rationing. There are several methods for its leather industry adopted (gross skin treatment, desalination mechanics, combined with improved chrome tanning methods, avoiding formaldehyde, a natural finisajeloir, etc.). Recorded while progress in reducing water consumption. Also generating more "clean" involves implementation of the precautionary principle in a holistic and integrated approach to environmental issues, focusing directly on the product.


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