Giant Group has recently introduced environmentally friendly and Water Saving Technology in its new venture, Giant Textiles Limited, to satisfy customers in a distinctly superior manner providing quality products with highest price-to-value ratio. Giant Textiles Limited (GTL), the latest and largest venture of the group, is a state-of-the-art environmentally friendly energy saving and fully vertically integrated composite Knit unit with a daily capacity of 25 tonnes of fabrics, said a statement. As per the commitment, the company installed European machinery, which are energy efficient that require less water and are harmless to environment. GTL installed the I-Master, the latest model from the worldâ€™s best Thies Dyeing machine from Germany, which is internationally acclaimed and certified as Environmentally friendly dyeing machine. â€œThrough the aforesaid initiatives, the GTL is all set to implement its core vision to be the best company in clothing industry, reaching company financial goals and developing our two most valuable resources, people and environment,â€ said Faruque Hassan, managing director of Giant Group. GTL is fully equipped with an effluent treatment plant (ETP) solution in order to make sure that water released after dyeing is properly treated. It has full-fledged biological ETP solution from Italy with a capacity of 100 cubic meter per hour that can treat the discharged water close to 30 tons of fabrics per day, said Hassan. The company also also taken the initiative to recycle the slush and convert it to organic fertiliser. As a part of its eco-friendly initiatives, the group has taken up a new project titled â€œWater Saving Technologyâ€ (WST) together with Lidl Stiftung Co, a leading apparel buyer from Germany to reduce the use of water in dyeing process significantly. GTL has adopted sustainable and environment friendly dyeing technology supported by Green Project WST. â€œWe will not only save water, but also reduce carbon emission,â€ said Hassan Apart from this WST programme, GTL is also signed up for Partnership Agreement on Cleaner Textiles (PACT) programme initiated by International Finance Corporation (IFC) and worldâ€™s largest apparel retailer Zara-Inditex of Spain.