This Issue of High-Tech Materials Profiles a Fabric-Shredding Machine for Converting Textile Waste into Other Products
This issue of High-Tech Materials profiles a fabric-shredding machine for converting textile waste into other products, a chemical recycling technology for harvesting polyester from textiles waste, a recycled carbon fiber textile, a carbon disulphide-free process for recycling fiber material from worn and discarded cotton, and a technique for transforming cellulose into fabric materials that are stronger than cotton.
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Table of Contents
Recent Advancements in Textile Recycling Technologies
- Shredding Machine with Different Cutting Blades for Sustainable Textile Materials
- Chemical Recycling Process for Polyester-based Fiber
- High-quality and Cost-effective Recycled Carbon Fiber Fabrics
- Recycled Fabric Material via Environmentally-friendly Carbamate Technology
- Environmentally Safe Recycled Cellulose Fiber Production
- Analyst Perspective
- Key Contacts