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Bamboo Fiber: An Approach toward Sustainable Development

@inproceedings{Munjal2015BambooFA,
  title={Bamboo Fiber: An Approach toward Sustainable Development},
  author={Kalpana Munjal and Radha Kashyap},
  year={2015}
}
The fashion world is constantly seeking and latching onto new materials. The adoption of eco-friendly products has become a fashion statement. Among many eco friendly products bamboo is the fastest growing tree on the earth. Bamboo, a renewable resource grown widely throughout Asia, serves as medium for manufacturing numerous utility and decorative article. The present day scenario shows that the people are more conscious about environment and also personal health. People are deeply attracted… Expand
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