Tar sands. Because of higher oil prices and new technology tar sand has become profitably extracted and upgraded to usable products. Tar sands are unconsolidated porous sands, sandstone rock and shale’s containing bituminous material mined and converted to liquid fuel.
Technical textile not made on an ecological framework; nevertheless, it’s crucial to highlight high-performance textile particular functionality. It’s a growing demand and development expanding due to industries innovations and needs for improved textiles, clothing performance and durability.
Tencel is a cellulose fibre invented by Courtaulds using a non-chemical solvent. It was originally developed to produce viscous fibres without polluting the environment. The result was a new fibre which was not only environmentally friendly more than any other fibre but also featured very high strength and a wonderful touch.
Tetrachloroethylene is a manufactured chemical used for dry cleaning. It is also used in the manufacture of other substances and for textile finishing and dyeing. Tetrachloroethylene commercially since the early 1900s.
Textile Dye Overview with links to all related terms in the Eco-Fashion Encyclopedia
TEXTILE DYE OVERVIEW DIAGRAM
Textile Fibre Overview with links