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Vol. 10, Special Issue 9 (2021)

Recycling: A cornerstone of long-term sustainability

Arpita Grover, Saroj Yadav, Neelam M Rose, Shalini Rukhaya and Diksha Bisht
Textiles, sometimes known as clothes, are most fundamental human need. Human nowadays not only meet this basic need, but they are also increasingly keen to dress in stylish attire. The fashion industry has a huge environmental and social impact: it has a long and complicated supply chain, is one of the most polluting sectors. Various approaches and attempts have been undertaken to alleviate the impact. This study examines textile wastes (pre-consumer and post- consumer), current textile recycling types and techniques, advantages and their efficacy in reducing waste generated by the clothing industry also several initiatives to support sustainability through recycling. Recycling and reusing of fibres, fabrics, and waste materials is an efficient way to promote sustainability in the garment business. This will assist researchers to build a new path for research and the resolution of the waste management challenge.
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How to cite this article:
Arpita Grover, Saroj Yadav, Neelam M Rose, Shalini Rukhaya and Diksha Bisht. Recycling: A cornerstone of long-term sustainability. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(9S): 642-645.

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