A case study: Al-abdullatif industrial investment company carpet manufacturing and waste management: A new look
Chandni Seth, Dr. Nimish Gupta
Rapid depletion of the environment has posed an alarming situation for the entire world. This has called for a major change in the policies and practices followed by the various sectors in the economy. This paper is a case study based on Al-Abdullatif Industrial Investment Company. The aim of the paper is to analyze the usage of the manmade yarn being used in carpet manufacturing industry, from out of the by-product of the petrochemical industry and recycling techniques employed in the company so as to evaluate its contribution towards a greener environment. The focus is on the disposal of waste in a greener way so as to reduce environmental hazards. The paper provides significant information about the types of carpets manufactured, the process involved and most importantly the techniques employed for managing waste. The paper throws light on how waste generated by carpet manufacturing can be managed cost effectively keeping in mind the environmental concerns.