Revista de Nanociencias: Investigación actual

Agricultural Residues to Bio-polymers


Luice Mendel

The growing concerns about environmental sustainability and the need for innovative solutions to reduce plastic waste have sparked significant interest in the field of bio-based materials. Agricultural residues, which are byproducts of farming and food production, have emerged as a valuable resource for the production of bio-polymers. Bio-polymers are biodegradable alternatives to conventional plastics, offering a promising avenue to mitigate the environmental impacts of plastic waste. This article explores the conversion of agricultural residues into bio-polymers, highlighting their potential benefits, challenges and current research trends. By transforming waste into valuable materials, the utilization of agricultural residues in bio-polymer production presents a crucial step towards a more sustainable and circular economy.

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