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Bread fungus used to develop textile alternative
Food waste and pollution from fashion consumption has led researchers led by a team based in Sweden to develop a textile alternative with “leather-like” properties from fungus (mould) grown on bread waste.
Research on creating clothing fibres from waste
A research at Wageningen University & Research shows that there are definite possibilities to create raw materials for clothing fibres from waste streams from rice, maize, bananas, pineapples and sugar cane.
Sustainability through textile recycling
Textile value chain is one of the worst solid waste generator and liquid effluent discharger. Polyester is the largest consumed textile fibre and owing to its non-biodegradability poses major eco concern. Recycling provides feasible option of reduction at source and consumption of waste, say Dr Ashok Athalye and Aakriti Mohanty.
Radical change to happen in global textile recycling
According to the ‘Circular Textiles For A Sustainable Future’, from PCIAW and Business in the Community (BITC), that guides the government-backed Textiles 2030 initiative, there would be a massive cut in textile waste.
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