Journal of Biodiversity Management & ForestryISSN: 2327-4417

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Utilization of textile waste cuttings in the production of briquette with pumice aggregate by converting it into a fiber

The consumerism in the textile sector also causes an increase in textile waste. Compared to other wastes, most of the clothing and textile waste can be recycled. In addition to producing new clothes, rugs and cleaning cloth, insulation and filling materials, tar paper and panels are also used in the utilization of these wastes. In this study, jean trousers in used waste condition have been converted into fibers. Waste jean pants fibers are used in pumice aggregate briquette. The trousers made into fiber contain 97% cotton and 3% elastane. In 1800 kg/m3 pumice aggregate mixture, 2 kg/m3 ratio of waste jean pants fibers were supplemented

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