Plastic recycling strengthened by mica reinforced fibres

By Laura Syrett
Published: Monday, 15 April 2013

Qatari research could benefit environment and reprocessed material applications

Scientists at Qatar University have unveiled new research involving agro-waste and mica that could substantially improve the quality of recycled plastics, local newspaper The Gulf Times has reported.

The development could also be good news for the environment as it has the potential to reduce the amount of waste plastic...

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