alexa Wet Pulverization of Waste Jute Fibers as Reinforcement for Biodegradable Nanocomposite Films

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Wet Pulverization of Waste Jute Fibers as Reinforcement for Biodegradable Nanocomposite Films

The demand for textiles has increased significantly in the last decade due to rise in living standards of people. However, increased demands of textiles also brought the challenges to dispose significant amount of wastes, generated during the processing and end of life textile materials. In recent years, research on recycling and reuse of textile wastes, instead of landfilling or incineration, has gained a lot of importance due to the increased awareness of environmental concerns. Traditionally, textile wastes have been converted to individual fiber stage through cutting, shredding, carding, and other mechanical processes.

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