Special Issue: In Progress

Table of Contents

Reviews

Harrison L Corrêa

Article ID: 4268
Views - 243  (Abstract) PDF - 18  (Download)
Abstract: The replacement of fossil raw materials by renewable alternatives is imperative. Renewable, biodegradable, and compostable polymers are options to be developed and adopted. Embedded in this concept, the present study evaluates whether biopolymers are sustainable alternatives to replace traditional polymers used in packaging, such as polyet...
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Md. Touhidul Islam, Rounak Jahan, Maksura Jahan, Md. Shahin Howlader, Riyadul Islam, Md. Maidul Islam, Md. Sanowar Hossen, Amit Kumar, Adnan Habib Robin

Article ID: 4707
Views - 87  (Abstract) PDF - 5  (Download)
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to offer a general concept and overview of the textile industry’s environmental sustainability assessment. The textile and garment industries cause environmental damage at every stage of manufacturing, from the cultivation of raw materials through the disposal of finished goods. Chemical loading, high water consumption, high ...
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Editorial

Anjali R Nair

Article ID: 4278
Views - 90  (Abstract) PDF - 21  (Download)
Abstract: When Eric Fawcett and Reginald Gibson discovered polyethylene accidentally, they never realized how useful their discovery will be for mankind, similar to how Charles Goodyear’s idea of adding sulphur to polyisoprene would revolutionize the tire and other rubber industries. Although those discoveries centuries ago have never realized their current impact,...
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