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CLRICentral Leather Research Institute (India)
CLRIConference of Leaders of Religious Institutes (Rosebery, New South Wales, Australia)
CLRIChild Labor Research Initiative (University of Iowa Center for Human Rights)
CLRIClub Land Rover Ireland (est. 2000)
CLRIColorado Literacy Research Initiative
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In India, the Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) and the Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSMCRI) have co-developed a technology that can treat effluents from tanneries at exceptionally low cost compared to conventional wastewater treatment methods.
Scientists at the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research and Central Leather Research Institute have developed a process to convert fleshing, the soft tissue of animal muscle and fat, and one of the effluents produced in tanneries, into activated carbon.
Raghava Rao and his team at the Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) in Adyar have modified the process to make it into an eco-friendly, cost-efficient method.
Institutions such as IIT Madras, Central Leather Research Institute, Anna University, and the National Institute of Ocean Technology are providing technology as well as R & D support.
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