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Recycling of polyester waste
Polyester-based fibres contribute 70 per cent of the total synthetic fibre production worldwide, say RN Turukmane, SS Gulhane and AL Bhongade.
Recycling of polyester waste is an important term used in different industries for reducing waste disposal into the environment. Nowadays, developed and developing countries aim to reduce pre- and post-manufacturing waste and focus on recycling. Waste disposal into environment increases risk for human’s life and so disposal of mechanical, chemical and thermal polymers should be reduced.
Methods to control waste in multiplying process
High-waste generation at cop winder would lead to loss of production, find NK Mahajan, RN Turukmane, DS Borse, RD Parsi and SK Dey.
The Indian man-made fibre industry is creating a benchmark in allied fibre production, similarly competing with global man-made fibre industries. Some industries have practices to produce fibre, yarn and filaments on large scale without the measure to control hard waste during the multiplying process. This is why they cannot stand in the international market in terms of quality productivity.
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