COTTON CONTAMINATION SURVEY<br />A REPORT COMPILED ON THE BASIS OF FEED BACK FROM 10 PERCENT OF SPINNING MILLS OF BANGLADE...
COMMON CONTAMINANTS<br />
Willingness for closer cooperation with specific Ginning Factory that is serious on supplying clean cotton<br />84%<br />I...
Stories on contamination found and subsequent damage<br />Sometimes the spinners are to compensate 3-5% to their customers...
Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Clean field before plucking.<br />Don't use poly  bags in ...
Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Sort out contamination during ginning.<br />Use contaminat...
Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Pack in cotton  fabric.<br />keep away polypropylene from ...
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  1. 1. COTTON CONTAMINATION SURVEY<br />A REPORT COMPILED ON THE BASIS OF FEED BACK FROM 10 PERCENT OF SPINNING MILLS OF BANGLADESH <br />
  2. 2. COMMON CONTAMINANTS<br />
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  11. 11. Willingness for closer cooperation with specific Ginning Factory that is serious on supplying clean cotton<br />84%<br />If yes, In which country willing to cooperate:<br />Zimbabwe 47%<br />Zambia 26% <br />Tanzania 5%<br /> Ivory Coast 11% <br />Uganda 11% <br />Chad 11%<br />Cameroon 11% <br />Mali 16%<br />Burkina Fasu 5% <br />Togo 5%<br />Any SAW ginning 21% <br />If yes, willing to dispatch Technicians: 32% at Ginners cost <br />If yes, provide detailed feedback: 53% <br />
  12. 12. Stories on contamination found and subsequent damage<br />Sometimes the spinners are to compensate 3-5% to their customers to retain good relations.<br />Had to compensate 5-7% of LC value, sometime buyer cancel order.<br />Yarn return from weaving and knitting mills; some times fabric return.<br />Replace yarn.<br />Fire in the blow room line due to presence of metal part, damaging wire of the blow room machines and carding machines.<br />Found cake cotton in bale with dead fiber.<br />Found white poly which no detection machine in spinning process can detect.<br />Pieces of iron in cotton damaged machines and caused fire.<br />Reduced production efficiency.<br />Shoe, broken mobile, stone, steel found during processing; cotton colour affected due packing material contamination.<br />Hard cotton, rotten cotton, cake cotton, black cotton, are source of dead fiber; Rod, nut, bolt, iron pieces, dangerous for machines; white poly not detected by machines.<br /> <br />
  13. 13. Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Clean field before plucking.<br />Don't use poly bags in cotton field.<br />Use white cotton bags for harvesting. <br />Machine plucking instead of hand plucking.<br /> Strong supervision during picking, ginning and baling process.<br />Workers to use aprons and scarf and must not carry food materials like chocolate, food packet etc.<br />Careful transportation to ginning factory.<br />Clean cotton before ginning.<br />Careful handling of cotton from oil, grease. <br />Quality assurance measures at all processes.<br />
  14. 14. Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Sort out contamination during ginning.<br />Use contamination detection machine during ginning.<br />Use automated ginning equipment.<br />Neat and clean environment in ginning factory. <br />Good floor condition of Ginning House.<br />Never store cotton on wet surface.<br />Machine bundling. <br />Avoid wrapping material that may cause contamination.<br />Use cloths instead of Poly for packing.<br />Avoid use of poly bags at every stage.<br />
  15. 15. Recommendations to African Ginnery to reduce contamination<br />Pack in cotton fabric.<br />keep away polypropylene from cotton.<br />keep away coloured mats & damaged cotton from fresh cotton.<br />Carefulness at every step of harvesting, transportation, storage, ginning and baling.<br />provide training to workers of ginning factory.<br />
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