In Indian Textile industry leads to considerably to the foreign exchange earned through the country. Large job opportunities to give in fabric enterprise in our country it's going to affords us data approximately the environmental difficulty including atmosphere, stream and sound pollution through the managing from fibre to material is important in the current situation. This details regarding cotton dirty exposure impacts and to management the various impact of dirty on health of employees and management. The primary intention of this paper is to give, dirt level in the fabric manufacturing and therefore the out there atmosphere quality standards are mentioned to accomplish manufacturing plant employer and organization to found cotton dirty management methods to save their employees from its dangerous impacts.
P. Gurusamy Pandian, Dr. S. Saravanasankar, Dr. S. N. Ramasamy, Dr. V. Manikandan
Byssinosis, Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Diseases, Emphysema
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P. Gurusamy Pandian, Dr. S. Saravanasankar, Dr. S. N. Ramasamy, Dr. V. Manikandan, "Prediction of Dust Level in Indian Textile Industries and its Impact on Human Health", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJSRSET), Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.409-414, September-October-2016.
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