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the conventional approach uses water and chemicals. one reason why fashion is responsible for 20 percent of the world's wastewater. this dutch company is different. it's facility and vietnam dies polyester without process chemicals or water. 5 leaders of water just was to today, and it's only one t shirt. so if you look at a t shirt, it will be $150.00 leaders of water for kilogram of fabric. you need to die textiles. this is what you said. we don't use that ah, they work with reclaimed carbon dioxide instead. fabric is loaded into the dying vessel. c o 2 is added and brought to the right temperature and pressure only pure dyes are used with no additional chemicals needed. clean di is currently producing around $10000000.00 leaders and died fabric a year. that's not much compared to global demand. but all of lola hooks to skyrocket production as interest and this sustainable method grows. this is also
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allowed to the rest of the barrel industry, but also to the consumer and, and the solutions on there and start to buy them. say, if you're a consumer retailer or brands it's, it's the same with resources becoming more scarce. many businesses are reconsidering waste in a circular economy, clues are designed to be one for a long time. after that intelligence solutions can ensure the recycled for maximum benefit. the transition to this mentality is slowly getting underway. water is a precious resource anywhere and not only in regions of the planet struggling with high temperatures, like many places in africa. it is also an issue in europe. in france, for example, a large company is bottling local water to sell it around the world. and thus proving highly controversial, this is a fish firm, but you're more likely to find plans than fish, and it's $32.00 little water. but that wasn't only so for centuries,
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water cascaded down from the mountains near this farm here in the mossy central region. as recently as 2018 a stream said ed wind if elegant ponds, with a steady supply of fresh clean water load the water from the cave used to stand about this level. it was old, and today there is nothing left. today the water is bodily fluids, when 70 percent of it is exported. cortez for some people saw the fish farmer now fears for his livelihood. he doesn't blame climate change for his plight, but rather international food processing giant done on it extracts mineral water from the surrounding region to bottle and fill worldwide under the brand new volvic locals complained that despite repeated droughts, volvic is siphoning more and more water from the area with no regard for their needs, rejects their claims for me, i think you must keep in mind that we don't just do whatever we want. we are
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subject to and monitored by the authorities. and the authorities might appear at any time to inspect all holes in order to confirm that the statements we make in our data. correct. so no provider forgetting secret became august 2020 for example . they were 2 such con, announce visitors when they did anything. ok, non one from one dominique de la la zia, a geologist is very familiar with this region characterized by extinct volcanoes. he says there are still plenty of natural water sources, but they're dwindling as a result of general contracts awarded by the regional government to don't pay for the prefect grants to many authorizations. and more seriously, on the 31st of march this year, the prefect put in place a new drum decree in case of heat wave and water problems. and miraculously exempt, involving by saying it's underground water. it doesn't involve them only. but many
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studies indicate the opposite. the flow rate of the small stream, which supplied edward to philly gone fish pond has fallen dramatically in recent summers. in part, due to the water extraction known the pacific itself. and we went from $470.00 leaders per 2nd, or 510 meters per 2nd. in 1960 to nothing at all. percent all to the benefit of gannon acoya. for now he hope summer rain will fill his ponds. but the regional authorities will reconsider the agreements they've made with dunham in the long run . the 2 children to the one julian problem, and we would need to see how
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will climate change affect us and our children learn more d, w dot com slash water time, now to head to another water we the mighty combo river in the democratic republic of congo. one of the was deepest re them, not thousands of people depend on it for their livelihoods, but it is on the threat. yes, sandra, experts say it's been polluted an alarming rates due to poll with disposal. and that's the vicious circle, as we'll see in the capital. more rubbish than water. that's the state of almost all of the con goes tributaries in kinshasa. and every day, the mountains of waste continue to grow because almost everyone disposes of their rubbish along the small rivers and drainage canals that criss cross the city.
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organic waste and plastic bottles suffocate, live in and around the water and close the waterways, causing severe flooding during the rainy season. is this is to ation that horrifies along sabina after learning about the damage caused by plastic waste in his me to logical science course. he founded an environmental n g o to just so now with the rivers in kinshasa polluted with run off from industries the plastic way to ship. we plan to clean up the rivers by collecting plastics. which of in turned into our object. i intend to start a business that will help to protect the rivers. so me, i business will put these in a little bit and he's using a lot of imagination to do it. ona sabina knows his initiative consult. kinshasa is overwhelming waste problem. but he
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sees the decorative objects made from plastic waste as a step towards raising awareness of environmental problems. but can chose, his waste problem also needs to be tackled at its roots. when belgium's built the drainage system for you can see that they can know that to build for drainage system the outflow was towards the congo river and we still have the system unfortunately today. so which means any water that goes underneath they. so again, the direct to come out goes immediately to convert eva decades of conflict. a rapidly growing population and a lack of investment have all contributed to the city's failure to develop a functioning of water and sanitation system for 15000000 inhabitants.
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researchers at the university of consulting test, the water quality, twice a year. their findings are published in a scientific journal and also presented to local authorities to push them to take action. celine, sickly seymour is leading the research. rapid action is required because the results are cause for concern. of course i think we find that industries are discharging their waste water into the congo river. it's oh, sure. sure. in fact, the, the men, there are a lot of factories situated close to the river, is it under dollars or scientific research indicated that there is a lack of oxygen in the water. this is having a negative effect on people. and of course, on the fish in the river for whole life. in the laboratory,
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the scientists can detect the different toxins. but because government officials often side with factory own is not, not action has been taken so far, says celine sickly. seymour and plastic waste is just as harmful big sticks are very dangerous for the micro organisms in the water because they blocked the sun's rays from reaching the water without the sun's rays from green plants and other organisms are not able to synthesize carbon dioxide and water which is critical for their survival. fill up with those centers. in 2019 the government launched the kimball pay to project aimed at making kinshasa cleaner and greener. on the last saturday of every month, kinshasa citizens are encouraged to clean up the neighborhood. $300.00 trucks are deployed to collect garbage and transported to the landfills on the outskirts of
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the city was burned. still, the project, any stretch of the surface, according to official figures, the city produce a 7000 tons of plastic waste every day. but environmental activists like, alas, availa, undeterred by the task ahead of them, even if it has to be removed one sec at a time. that's a pretty tough situation for the people in the dearest fee. we do hope she has given you something to think about. and you enjoyed watching. don't forget, you can always check in with us anytime on social media platforms. i am under tween audio signing go from compiler. here in uganda. thank sandra. it's time for me to say good bye to i live in lagos, nigeria, but to be sure to see me again, let's see on still then they can
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