Qualitative Analysis of Environmental and Technical Practices Mobilized in North Africa : Case Study of a Moroccan Textile Company

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Nowadays, the environmental issue is at the heart of all the concerns of public and private actors in Morocco. The interest resulting from this study is primarily scientific because few studies have been carried out on the issue of the environmental and technical practices mobilizedwithin the framework of resource efficiency, focusing on the Moroccan textile industrial sector; and this through a case study of a textile company in Casablanca. The study is part of an approach to improving environmental performance in the Moroccan industrial environment. The results of the study led to the inference that the level of environmentaland technical practices mobilized in the company concerned for the efficient use of resources is average. This level is explained by the lack on the one hand of an environmental culture, established within the company, aiming to adopt techniques allowing to improve resource efficiency, and on the other hand by the lack of awareness, training and involvement of human resources. Technical and managerial improvements have been proposed to optimize the excessive consumption of resources and reduce the generation of pollution from the company's activity to acceptable levels.
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