Reuse of Solid Waste Generated from Weaving Based Textile Industry for Constructing the Eco-Friendly Building Material
Hardik Joshi, Pratik Godhani, Mayur Jivani, Pratik Kachhadiya,Rashmita Thummar
concrete, yarn waste, eco-friendly, reuse, building material
This plan is based on the Yarn waste. Huge quantities of cotton and limestone waste are received all over the earth which creates various dangerous environmental challenges and fitness dangers. Textile organizations are now thinking for utilization where waste particles can be utilized as the value-added component. The goal of this job was to investigate the mechanical and physical requirements of scrap fiber reinforced composites and the result of some parameters on their construction appearance. Yarn waste is a replacement non-biodegradable material ready in excess and at a reduced cost. The modern study reveals that the impact of yarn waste on common concrete on the base of its compressive, Reuse of textile scrap has been used to make the concrete block as low construction and building material is a wonderful way to decrease environment difficulties which maintain in solid waste management.
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Unique Paper ID: 145428

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 10

Page(s): 124 - 127
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