Environmental Friendly Development of Regenerated Cellulose Fiber Production

Mei-cui Yu, Jin-xie Wan

Abstract


According to the development course of modern textile industry, synthetic fiber made of petroleum has occupied an important place in textile products for its low cost and varieties. However, due to petroleum shortage and people’s strengthened emphasis on ecological issues, regenerated cellulose fiber made of cellulose extracted from plants gradually goes on the market and become accepted by the public. This paper will, based on three development stages of regenerated cellulose fiber, introduce production characteristics at different stages and their influences over the environment, and summarize positive impact of regenerated cellulose fiber production on ecological environment at three development stages.


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10.12783/dtetr/apetc2017/11079

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