Textile manufacturing is currently one of the most polluting industries in the world due to the use of hazardous chemicals, theconsumption of energy and water, and the generation of waste. Because of the significant contamination of our ecosystem, researchefforts have shifted to environmentally friendly green alternatives. This paper provides an overview of recent literature studiesinvolving the use of biomaterials to improve the sustainability of the textile industry. (2) (PDF) Biomaterials and the textile industry. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/358734889_Biomaterials_and_the_textile_industry [accessed Apr 26 2022].

Biomaterials and the textile industry

Acierno D.
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Patti A.
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2021

Abstract

Textile manufacturing is currently one of the most polluting industries in the world due to the use of hazardous chemicals, theconsumption of energy and water, and the generation of waste. Because of the significant contamination of our ecosystem, researchefforts have shifted to environmentally friendly green alternatives. This paper provides an overview of recent literature studiesinvolving the use of biomaterials to improve the sustainability of the textile industry. (2) (PDF) Biomaterials and the textile industry. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/358734889_Biomaterials_and_the_textile_industry [accessed Apr 26 2022].
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