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Although the first thing that comes to mind when talking about sustainability is the protection of the environment, the concept of sustainability is actually a holistic approach that includes ecological, economic and social dimensions.
Sustainability has 3 basic components. These components are; environmental protection, economic growth and social development. These concepts should be managed in a balanced way in order to ensure sustainability. When all these components work in harmony, the potential to meet human wants and needs now and in the future increases, and with it, sustainable development is achieved. According to the principles of sustainable development, society should not allow welfare to decline over time.
As per the United Nations report, World population is expected to reach up to 9.8 billion. Besides, more than 13 million metric tons of textile products are disposed every year in the U.S.A. only. This generates almost 20% of global water pollution caused by textile wastes. The chemicals discharged into nature contaminate the water resources and cause serious damages to the neighbouring eco-system. Carbon emmission of the textile sector is equal to that of aviation sector.
All these factors put textile sector into second place after the petrol industry in terms of causing pollution.