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Published on Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Biorefined textile fibre from China

Written by Brett Mathews

altDALIAN, CHINA – Potentially groundbreaking new technology that produces natural textile fibres from agricultural crop residues – while using no external energy and producing no wastewater - is set for commercial launch. Fibralogic, which is being brought to market by Chinese firm Earth Protex, also yields organic fertiliser as a useful byproduct. And its owners claim Fibralogic represents a model of ‘Agro-Industrial Ecology’ for ‘closed-loop fibre processing’, as well as a ‘viable strategy for rural Green Economic Development.’


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