SanjeevaniI Vastra

Abstract


The Expansion of Textile Production and Consumption Has Contributed to Increasing Pollution, Water Shortages, Fossil Fuel and Raw Material Depletion, and Climate Change. Production of Polyester Fibre, the Most Widely Used Man-made Fibre, Consumes Non-renewable Resources and High Energy Levels, and Generates Atmospheric Emissions. Modern Automated Textile Plants Consume Large Amounts of Energy. Textile Finishing Consumes Large Amounts of Water and Energy and Often Produces Harmful Effluent. Apparel Production is More Environmentally Friendly, But Sourcing from Low Cost Countries Consumes More Fuel for Transportation. among Consumers, the Trend Towards Fast Fashion and Cheaper Clothing Has Led to a Throw-away Mentality. Although Recycling Activity Remains At a Low Level - for Economic and Quality Reasons. Some Retailers are also Voluntarily Attaching "eco-labels" to Garments to Provide Environmental Information.Although These have Met with Varying Levels of Success in the Marketplace, They Can Encourage "best Practice" in Manufacturing. Some Labeling Schemes, such as the Eu Eco­label Scheme and Its Associated Flower Logo, Adopt a Full Life Cycle or "cradle to Grave" Approach While Others, such as Oko-tex, Focus On a Single Aspect of An Item such as Its Environmental Attributes, Social Attributes, or Individual Phases of Its Life Cycle.other Initiatives Include Reach (registration, Evaluation and Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) Legislation, Which Aims to Encourage Safe and Eco-friendly Chemical Production. India is One of the World Largest Producers of Textiles and Garments and Abundant of Raw Material like Cotton, Wool, Silk, Jute, as Well as Skilled Manpower and Now Days People have Become Too Conscious to Dress Up in a Different Way Without Any Knowledge/awareness that Whether that Fabric is Fruitful or Not .but Now a Question Arise How Fabric Can Affect Anyone Health???? But in Present Scenario Fabric is a Main Factor that Makes You Unhealthy Because These Fabrics are Dyed Chemically and These Toxic Chemical or Substances Has Directly Come in Contact with Our Body Through the Cloth or Clothing We are Wearing and These Chemically Dyed Fabric Affects Our Health.

What Happens When These Chemically Dyed Fabric Come in Direct Contact with Our Skin :
  • Skin Rashes and Lesions that Can Be Cancerous
  • Nausea
  • Unexplained Fatigue
  • Burning and Itching
  • Unexplained Headaches
  • Blurred Vision
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Reoccurring Sinus Infections Not Previously Experienced
  • Sudden Inflammation and Pain; Especially in Soft Tissues

So to Raise the Livelihood of Millions of People We Sanjeevani Vastra Opt An Innovative Concept to Work On Mission to Make Healthy World By Manufacturing Herbal Clothes or Clothing to Raise the Living of Millions of People.

What's Organic?
Organic Cotton Says No to Synthetic Chemical Fertilizers, Insecticides and Pesticides & Yes to Natural Fertilizers, Com­ Post and Innovative Farming Techniques.

Why Organic?
Less Than 3% of the World's Arable Land is Planted with Cotton. 24% of the World's Insecticides & 10% of the World's Pesticides are Used for Cotton Cultivation. So, Every Year At Least Three Million People Get Poisoned and 20-40,000 People Get Killed. So, Millions of Water Creatures Get Killed Unintentionally Each Year. So, Enormous Soil Pollution. Pests Build Up Resistance to Chemicals, Farmer Borrows Money to Buy More Chemicals Than Before, Farmer Gets Less Profit from Crop, this Repeats Until Farmer is Destitute. One Acre of Organic Cotton Instead of An Acre of Conventional Cotton Reduces Co2 Release By Two Tones a Year.Textiles & Textile Dye & Allergy during the Dyeing Process, the Textile Dyes Bind to the Fibers of the Fabric. Sometimes There is a Surplus of Dye, Which is Not Bound in the Fabrics Fibers, and this Can Bleed Onto the Skin. Many Chemicals are Used in the Di­fferent Textile Dyes. the Chemical Dyes that Belong to a Group Called Azo Dyes are the Most Allergic. Azo Dyes are Used Mostly to Colour Synthetic Fibers such as Polyester and Nylon. These Dyes are Water Soluble; Sweat Can have the Same E­ffect, Which Leads to the Dye Coming in Direct Contact with the Skin and Increasing the Risk of Developing An Allergy Chemicals Found in Clothes and Household Textiles Can Cause Skin Irritations, Allergic Reactions, Asthma and Bronchitis. So Says Toxicologist Helle Buchardt Boyd from the Danish Toxicology Centre, One of the Researchers Involved in the Danish Environmental Protection Agencies Recent Report, Chemicals in Textiles. the Researchers Found 27 Substances that They Considered to Be An Environmental Risk, a Health Risk to Shop Staff­, or a Health Risk to Customers. These Include Chemicals, Dyes, Metal Residues and the like in Imported Clothing and Household Linens.


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