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To Delineate the Barriers of Green Supply Chain Management Implementations in Indian Leather Industries"

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 7651-7664

Keywords : Barriers; Green Supply Chain Management; Tanner industry & Survey;

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Green supply chain management (GSCM) is an effective practice and approaches to discriminate one industrial unit from another as it can in a significant manner controls the goal attainment of any industrial plant. The prime role of this research work is to estimate, prioritize and rank the barriers of Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) in Northern India (Ghaziabad) Tannery Industry. The principle of GSCM enforcement is to mark down or abstain different wastes, greenhouse emission, carbon footprints and consumption of energy in order to promote recycle, reuse and remanufacture. A detailed industrial survey has been conducted for collecting data from multiple personals who are key role player in leather manufacturing and are influenced by the consequence of the out-turn in local tanneries functioning in Northern part of India (Ghaziabad). The respondents involved in this study to determine the community effect of leather out-turn on the neighboring community were local workman & labors operative at the leather waste neutralization site and industry experts were interviewed. The quantitative data was analyzed using mathematical tools like, regression analysis, standard deviation, mean and correlation. The final results demonstrate that there is a large distance amid the environmental law from government for tanning factory and the environmental performance in the tanneries operating in Indian industrial area. The conclusion targets to support and suggest the leather industry in an anatomical way, such that occupational managers can recognise the most effective barriers so as to work towards their eliminations for smooth implementations of GSCM practices.

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